LG Manoj Sinha addresses national symposium on counter-radicalization, says spirit of Kashmiriyat are most effective tools to counter-radicalization

In Jammu and Kashmir, Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha addressed a national symposium on counter-radicalization, a very significant initiative by youth, women, and Islamic scholars of Kashmir Valley at Sher-e-Kashmir International Convention Centre (SKICC) in Srinagar yesterday.

Speaking on the occasion, the Lt Governor urged the community elders, religious heads, and women to spread the message of peace and harmony among the new generation. He said that J&K has always been a land of syncretic culture, all faiths & beliefs, inclusive society, and spirit of Kashmiriyat are the most effective tools to counter radicalization.

Mr Sinha maintained that families, Islamic scholars play an important role in challenging the ideology and countering the narrative that legitimizes & supports terrorism and said that a strong force of women, youth, and Islamic scholars will certainly make the communities more resilient to terrorist ideology and propagandists.

The Lt Governor appreciated the efforts being made to discuss the role of religious leaders and women in counter-radicalization, preventing the youth from choosing the wrong path, and creating a violence-free society. He reiterated that the responsibility of stopping the people to deviate from the right path lies on the shoulders of the community elders, religious heads, and the enlightened people of the society.

Mr Manoj Sinha said that the energies of the youth should be channeled into constructive & creative works and in building a new J&K, sustained peace, prosperity having ample avenues of growth and development. He called upon the present generation, especially the community elders, religious heads, and women folks to work together so that the message of peaceful co-existence should be passed on to the new generation.

Noting that most of the youth have chosen the right path despite continuous efforts of many anti-national elements and foreign terror groups, the Lt Governor said efforts are still being made to incite our youth by the handlers in neighboring country which is the biggest exporter of terror and radicalization.

The day-long National symposium witnessed huge participation of Islamic Scholars, women, civil society members and was attended by religious leaders, public representatives, large number of youth, and senior citizens from different parts of Kashmir Valley.

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Jammu and Kashmir, Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha addressed a national symposium on counter-radicalization, a very significant initiative by youth, women, and Islamic scholars of Kashmir Valley at Sher-e-Kashmir International Convention Centre (SKICC) in Srinagar yesterday.

Speaking on the occasion, the Lt Governor urged the community elders, religious heads, and women to spread the message of peace and harmony among the new generation. He said that J&K has always been a land of syncretic culture, all faiths & beliefs, inclusive society, and spirit of Kashmiriyat are the most effective tools to counter radicalization.

Mr Sinha maintained that families, Islamic scholars play an important role in challenging the ideology and countering the narrative that legitimizes & supports terrorism and said that a strong force of women, youth, and Islamic scholars will certainly make the communities more resilient to terrorist ideology and propagandists.

The Lt Governor appreciated the efforts being made to discuss the role of religious leaders and women in counter-radicalization, preventing the youth from choosing the wrong path, and creating a violence-free society. He reiterated that the responsibility of stopping the people to deviate from the right path lies on the shoulders of the community elders, religious heads, and the enlightened people of the society.

Mr Manoj Sinha said that the energies of the youth should be channeled into constructive & creative works and in building a new J&K, sustained peace, prosperity having ample avenues of growth and development. He called upon the present generation, especially the community elders, religious heads, and women folks to work together so that the message of peaceful co-existence should be passed on to the new generation.

Noting that most of the youth have chosen the right path despite continuous efforts of many anti-national elements and foreign terror groups, the Lt Governor said efforts are still being made to incite our youth by the handlers in neighboring country which is the biggest exporter of terror and radicalization.

The day-long National symposium witnessed huge participation of Islamic Scholars, women, civil society members and was attended by religious leaders, public representatives, large number of youth, and senior citizens from different parts of Kashmir Valley.

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