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Home Minister Rajnath Singh reiterates government's resolve to end the problems in Kashmir

Home Minister Rajnath Singh reiterates government's resolve to end the problems in Kashmir

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 11 Sep 2017, 01:31 pm
Srinagar/New Delhi, Sep 11 (IBNS): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh headed for the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday after spending two days in the Kashmir valley, according to media reports.

"After spending 2 days in Kashmir valley I shall be heading to the Jammu region today. Shall visit the forward areas on Indo-Pakistan border," the Minister tweeted.

In an interaction with the media in Srinagar, the Home Minister said that he will return to Kashmir as many times as required

"We wish to resolve the problems facing Kashmir. I am ready to make all the efforts in this endeavour," said Rajnath Singh Srinagar.

HM spoke about the permanent solution to Kashmir problem. He says his outreach is based on Five Cs -- The Five Cs of HM's Kashmir outreach are 1-Compassion 2- Communication 3- Coexistence 4-Confidence Building & 5- Consistency, tweeted the Home Ministry.

In  tweet on the Home Ministry page he said, "Due to cost escalation the PM Development Package for J&K is set to cross more than 1 lakh crores."

In another HMO tweet, the minister was quoted as saying, "The worst affected groups in Kashmir are the youth, businessmen, workers and the poor."

The Home Minister also urged tourists to visit Jammu and Kashmir.

Image: Rajnath Singh/Twitter