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developmental and welfare initiatives of her Government, Mehbooba Mufti sought support from people in this regard. “If peace prevails, developmental and welfare measures can take off, tourists can come, investment can happen and also new political initiatives can materialize”, she said in her message. Dy CM unfurls national flag at Udhampur Photo Info opinion in Jammu & Kashmir would join the dialogue process initiated in the State. In her message to the people on the occasion of the 69th Republic Day, the Chief Minister said dialogue is the only way by which the culture of violence in the State could be ended. She said she has been pleading for initiation of dialogue in the State and expressed happiness that Centre, agreeing to her suggestion, appointed Mr. Dineshwar Sharma as the interlocutor for the State. She, however, maintained that the appointment of Mr. Sharma as the interlocutor is a major development to ensure durable peace in the State rather than a temporary measure to calm down tempers as happened in the past. Expressing concern on the obtaining situation along borders which has led to huge loss of life and property, the Chief Minister hoped Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, using his stature and wisdom, would pace up his efforts in this regard so that the State becomes a bridge of peace between the two countries, ending the bitter phase of acrimony between them. Noting with satisfaction that fascination for violence is declining among youth, Mehbooba Mufti said parents, friends and even social media are playing their role in dissuading them from slipping into a path where death and destruction are the only end results. She said though all over the world the ill effects of violence are fairly pronounced now, the people of Jammu & Kashmir have been the immediate witnesses and victims of violence. Terming peace imperative for executing While greeting the mammoth gathering, the Dy CM said that the Constitution of independent India came into existence on this day in the year 1950 which provides equal fundamental rights to every citizen of the country irrespective of caste, creed, colour or religion. While extending Republic Day felicitations to the people of Udhampur, Dr Singh said “After prolonged struggle for freedom, India declared to be Republic on this day to conserve the unique feature of unity in diversity. Thus, this day symbolizes unity in diversity of our great Nation,” he asserted. The Dy CM also commemorated the sacrifices of freedom fighters including Sardar Bhagat Singh, Raj Guru, Chander Shekhar, Madan Lal Dingra, Ashfaq-Ullah- Khan etc who laid down their lives for the nation. He said it is the duty of every citizen especially the youth to make Jammu and Kashmir proud by maintaining peace and upholding the unity in diversity. He said Jammu and Kashmir is a microcosm of India's unity in diversity and known for its glorious traditions of amity and tolerance. Thousands of security personnel were deployed in Srinagar and other district headquarters of Jammu and Kashmir to ensure a peaceful Republic Day amid a strike called by separatists. All programmes in the valley, including the main event in Srinagar, passed off peacefully. "The Republic Day functions at all district headquarters passed off peacefully," a senior police officer said. In the wake of a strike called by separatist groups, there was a complete clampdown in Kashmir. The separatists asked people observe January 26 as "Black Day", prompting security forces to enforce curfew-like restrictions to prevent any protests. Mobile phone and internet services were 10 January 2018

suspended ahead of the day's programmes. While blocking internet services has become routine on Republic Day, mobile phone services were snapped in all the 10 districts of Kashmir Valley after a long time to prevent security incidents. Earlier, the police had issued an advisory to all security formations, warning about a possible suicide attack by "a non-Kashmir girl". A senior officer, however, said the advisory political workers. Invitations were not extended to the general public due to a shortage of space at the makeshift venue, officials said. Various wings of police and school children participated in the parade. The students presented a colourful programme. In connection with celebration of 69th Photo Info was "a knee-jerk reaction" to unsubstantiated reports that the girl had joined suicide squad of terrorist groups in the valley. The main official function was held at Srinagar's Sher-e-Kashmir Cricket Stadium, where Revenue Minister Abdul Rehman Veeri presided over the event. All roads leading to the stadium were sealed after intelligence inputs suggested the possibility that terrorists or other "antinational" elements may try to disrupt the event, officials said. Security forces had laid down a multi-layer cordon around the stadium. The stadium hosted the parade for the first time as the regular venue, Bakhshi stadium, is being renovated. Multiple checkpoints had been set up near the stadium. The function at the stadium was attended mostly by state government officials and a few Photo Info Republic-Day, functions were held across Kashmir Division with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervor on Friday. The main function was held at Sher-i-Kashmir Cricket Stadium Sonwar in Srinagar where Minister for Revenue, Haj and Auqaf, Abdul Rehman Veeri unfurled the national flag and took salute at the march past presented by the contingents of JK Police, JKAP, ITBP, BSF, CRPF,Fire and Emergency Services, Forest Protection Force, NCC cadets and students. Republic Day was celebrated at Army Camp Ziran with great fervor and gaiety. On the occasion of 69th Republic Day, Mr Abdul Aziz, SDM Tangmarg and Commanding Officer, Army Camp Ziran hoisted and unfurled the National Flag amongst a gathering of jubilant locals. Army Camp Ziran Policemen stand guard in front of shutter down shops during strike in Srinagar 11 January 2018

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