Singh was interacting with a delegation of over 100 teachers representing different districts under the aegis of the All Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh Teachers Federation.
Jitendra Singh said that connectivity in North East has been the main focus of the current government with Sikkim getting its first airport last year.
Odisha Congress in-charge Jitendra Singh asked party leaders to refrain from making comments in media regarding party’s position.
Releasing a book on Article 370, written by 14-year-old Ayanna Kohli, Singh said the book is a vindication of the 'gross mental agony and injustice suffered by the children' in Valley.
As leftwing students disrupted the Union minister’s address, students affiliated to the ABVP massed at the scene and raised slogans in support of withdrawal of Article 370.
The event saw some students affiliated with Left organisations raising slogans against scrapping of Jammu and Kashmir's special status.
The recruits will first join the TITP, to be followed by a nursing job in Japan with a salary of over Rs 90,000 per month.
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Jitendra Singh said that he has never heard anything like this from any American President for an Indian Prime Minister.
The decision to abrogate Article 370 provisions was taken to restore the position of Jammu and Kashmir as it was when handed over by its last ruler Maharaja Hari Singh, he said.
He also added that the Kashmiri leaders are not under house arrest but they are treated as house guests.
Jitendra Singh stated that the two-nation theory, on the basis of which partition was done, proved to be meaningless the day Bangladesh was formed.
Jitendra Singh said that Modi government in its first 100 days took several historic decisions but abrogation of Article 370 was the biggest.
The government is keen to lift these restrictions and Internet blockade, the Union minister of state in the PMO added.
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Addressing a delegation of students from J&K, Singh also said never in the past, the country had witnessed such a favourable time to abrogate the special status.