“It is also an opportunity for India to showcase the changed scenario of Jammu and Kashmir under Prime Minister Modi due to his very committed approach and courage of conviction,” the Union Minister said. Jitendra Singh.
The G20 meeting in Srinagar, which starts on Monday, is an opportunity for India to showcase the new scenario in Jammu and Kashmir which was previously under the shadow of Pakistan-sponsored terrorism, the Minister of Union Jitendra Singh. The third meeting of the G20 tourism working group will be held from Monday to finalize the ministerial communiqué for the ministerial meeting in Goa later this year.
The G20 meeting would also give delegates an opportunity to see for themselves the transformation that has taken place in Jammu and Kashmir and try to correlate with projections in the international media by “self-proclaimed commentators”.
“The G20 delegates will be the true messengers not only from Kashmir but also from India as envisioned by Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” said Singh, Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office. The G20 meeting will be officially opened on Tuesday by Union Tourism Minister G Kishen Reddy, Singh and Jammu and Kashmir, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha.