Development projects in J&K get wings post August 5, 2019 By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 10th April, 2021, 22:54

PM Modi had assured the people of J&K that the package announced by him was just a beginning and it was not a full stop

Development projects in J&K get wings post August 5, 2019

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