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‘Governor Malik’s good governance’ brought a ray of hope to bring real changes earlier?

‘Governor Malik’s good governance’ brought a ray of hope to bring real changes earlier?
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Jammu:  months back in December, 2018, Governor Satya Pal Malik knocked the media for ‘overlooking the positive stories from valley’ but expressed his serious unhappiness over bringing the negative picture of Kashmir by national media. While throwing the ball in the courtyard of the local journalists to highlight the achievements’ and positivity’s all through spreading the ray of hopes as duly stated by his encouraging statements of determinations by his governance.

Per his Excellency the Governor of J&K __ Kashmir is being demonised by media as-well. And, everything is shown in the bad light. Things otherwise been made optimistic with recruitment of about one thousand doctors in just 40 days followed by near peaceful panchayat and municipal polls. Whereas, another announcement of forming J&K’s own IPL team in addition to host cricket matches to boost cricket talent in the state, genuinely brought a progressive ray of changes among the youths of this unfortunate state, and crowd otherwise cheered-up, with huge round of applauses that time, at Sher-i-Kashmir International Convention Centre (SKICC) Srinagar.

Manzoor Dar, a J&K player who was picked up by Kings XI Punjab ahead of IPL 2018 but didn’t play a game was also there in the crowd, whose story inspired Malik to take the step of forming an IPL team in the state, revealed Governor that time.
If sources be believed, J&K Governor Satya Pal Malik also spoke to IPL chief Rajeev Shukla for an IPL Team as ‘J&K’s Paradise-XI’ in this connection. But then again, like any political promise, till date the result on ground is nothing seen much, as such. And, dreams of playing in home grounds by many including the top-level cricketers apart from few like Parvez Rasool and Manzoor Dar, hanging into the winds. And, individuals includes the under-19 player, Qamran Iqbal, who stood tall for India ‘B’ then, many others like Hritik Gupta from Jammu as-well, those might become victims of erstwhile J&K Cricket Association, otherwise. And, inappropriately, both the cricket stadiums, MAM Jammu and Bakshi Stadium in Kashmir, seems again as if to be utilised to host the political rallies for spreading the misleading slogans and selling merely dreams there-at.

However, native high brows in the society, are still quite anticipative on Governor Malik’s announcement he made earlier that ‘militancy in Kashmir cannot be wiped out by killing militants but by bringing them back to the mainstream’. Balvinder Singh, an RTI activists from Jammu, revealed GMK that ‘We too, do not want our youths to be killed’ and Government should initiate some serious efforts over binging all our youths back to the mainstream’. Besides, determination be made shown per their big statements and promises, by our ‘High Seats in Government’ near winning the lost confidence and politicians lone cannot be blamed as the prevailing ‘BABU CULTURES’ those always remain busy with their own meetings and having almost near zero time to listen the problems of masses else poor as well in performances, must be also be crisscrossed while testing our so-called, babu’s calibres’ and capacities or their willingness to serve the communities, said Balvinder Sing; who’s genuinely fighting the corruption and against the present prevailing system of Babu cultures having insignificant work cultures.

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