Vote Has More Power Than Gun: First Time Voters In Pulwama

Sheikhzada Daniyal
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The picturesque region of South Kashmir, once marred by the shadows of militancy and unrest, now stands as a beacon of hope and progress. Thanks to the resolute efforts of the people and visionary leadership, the valley has witnessed a remarkable transformation, symbolizing the triumph of democracy and unity.

A first voter Mudasir Ahmad said that vote has more power than gun and everyone must vote. He said that if they will be able to vote in favour of the right candidate, then their issues will get resolved.

“We have different challenges that are to safeguard our identity, land, resources, unemployment and others but if we will choose the right candidate, these all issues get resolved. Other voters also said that voting has the power to cure all issues but “you need to choose your candidate rightly”

They also said that the vote has the power and people must choose the right candidate who really can raise their voice in parliament.

One of the pivotal moments in this transformative journey was the enthusiastic participation of first-time voters in Pulwama, echoing the sentiment that “vote has more power than a gun.” This profound statement reflects not only a newfound belief in the democratic process but also a deep-rooted desire for change and progress.

The role of Lieutenant Governor in spearheading this positive change cannot be overstated. With a focus on inclusive development and grassroots empowerment, the administration has worked tirelessly to address the region’s longstanding challenges. From infrastructure development to job creation initiatives, each step has contributed to rebuilding trust and fostering a sense of belonging among the people.

Central to this narrative of progress is the significance of the abrogation of Article 370. This historic decision paved the way for comprehensive reforms and ushered in a new era of opportunities for the people of Jammu and Kashmir. By removing barriers to investment, education, and governance, the region witnessed a surge in development projects and economic activities.

Moreover, the removal of Article 370 played a pivotal role in curbing separatism and terrorism. Govt has put stringent measures to dismantle the infrastructure of terror networks and ensure the safety and security of all citizens. This proactive approach not only restored peace and stability but also created an environment conducive to dialogue and reconciliation.

The revival of normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir stands as a testament to the resilience of its people and the transformative power of democracy. The participation of first-time voters in Pulwama reflects a collective belief in the democratic process as a means to address grievances, uphold rights, and shape a better future.

As we celebrate this positive trajectory, it is imperative to continue nurturing the seeds of democracy, inclusivity, and progress. By choosing leaders who prioritize the welfare of the people and champion their aspirations, people can build a brighter and more prosperous tomorrow for generations to come. The journey from turmoil to hope in South Kashmir is a testament to the indomitable spirit of the human quest for peace, progress, and unity.

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