Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his first address to the nation after revocation of Article 370, assured that restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir would be relaxed soon. He said Article 370 was being used as a tool to spread terror, and that it was time for all Indians to work together to make Jammu and Kashmir a violence-free state. He spoke at length about issues of terrorism and corruption in the state. He promised that industrial development in J&K would boost employment, which would make life better in the conflict-hit state. PM Modi also urged the film fraternity, including regional industries, to take steps to make J&K a favourite destination for film shootings again. He assured once the situation would normalise in J&K, it'll be accorded statehood again, which would have its own elected legislators, ministers and assembly.
Here are 10 most important points PM Modi raised in his address to the nation.
Edited by Manoj Sharma