SRINAGAR: J&K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Sunday said that Indian Constitution allows authorities to go tough against those who posed threat to national integrity by supporting terrorism and its ecosystem, and “enjoyed government jobs as well through illegal means”.
Talking to reporters on the sidelines of a function in Jammu, Sinha said it doesn’t matter who says what as there is a provision in Indian Constitution kept by its architects like BR Ambedkar and others that says, “Go tough, rather hard against those who pose threat to state/nation’s integrity and sovereignty.”
He said the J&K administration has decided to go hard against those who have supported terrorism, its ecosystem and enjoyed government jobs through “illegal means”.
The LG‘s statement comes a day after J&K Bank sacked its chief manager Sajad Bazaz on charges of having supported terror and its ecosystem in the past.
Replying to a query, Sinha said Kashmir was in prime focus for a long time for terrorism. “Security agencies adopted a 360-degree approach in Kashmir to root out terrorism. Now, the same approach is being followed in Jammu region. We have achieved some success in Jammu and more is expected soon,” he said.

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