Those targeting civilians in J&K will have to pay heavy price: L-G Sinha
The New Indian Express Chennai|October 22, 2021
JAMMU and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Thursday said that those involved in killing innocent civilians and minority community members would have to “pay a heavy price for their inhuman acts” and assured people that militancy would be rooted out from the soil of the Union Territory.
FAYAZ WANI

“It (these killings) is an attempt to stop the pace of development and break the morale of society,” Sinha said while addressing the Police Commemoration Day function here.

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