People in Kashmir Want Normalcy, They Recognise Anti-State Players: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing a public meeting at Calicut Beach, Kozhikode (Kerala) on September 24, 2016.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his monthly radio address 'Mann ki Baat' on Sunday said the people of Kashmir want normalcy and that farmers there were worried for their crops.
In his reference to the current unrest in Kashmir, Modi said People have begun recognising anti-state players there.
"Farmers who had grown fruits were also worried to get their crops to the market," he said.
Stating that administration has taken steps to maintain law and order, Modi also asked local authorities to stay cautious and restrain. "Our resources are their to give a peaceful life to the Kashmiri people," he said.
Recalling last week's Uri attack that left 18 soldiers dead, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on said he is proud of the Army which does not speak but act.
He added, "Army doesn't speak but shows valour through its act".
"Recently our 18 bravehearts laid down their lives in Uri. Such a cowardice attack was enough to stir the nation. I am sure that our soldiers would keep foiling such acts in the future," Modi said in his monthly radio address 'Mann ki Baat' address.
Prime Minster Narendra Modi also encouraged people to buy products made of Khadi this Gandhi Jayanti (October 2) to support the poor.
"I always encourage people to buy Khadi. Lets buy products made of Khadi to commemorate this Gandhi Jayanti which would contribute to the poor involved in this trade," PM Modi said
"Peace, unity and goodwill are the keys to our problems and path to progress," the Prime Minister added.