Terrorism emanating from Pak reason for current Kashmir situation

Terrorism emanating from Pak reason for current Kashmir situation

Terrorism emanating from Pak reason for current Kashmir situation

Former union ministers and former Member of Parliament, SaifuddinSoz Tuesday said people of the State should take note that another petition has been lodged by some West Pakistan Refugees (WPR) in Jammu, before the Supreme Court, also seeking revocation of Article 35A. "We will ensure that Pakistan is forced to stop these ceasefire violations", he asserted.

In his meeting with the home minister, Abdullah commented on the failure of the Centre to protect the personal rights and interests of its people in Kashmir.

Last month, Union MoS for home Kiren Rijiju had said that over 40,000 Rohingyas staying illegally in India were largely located in Jammu, Hyderabad, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi-NCR and Rajasthan. I went to Nowshera yesterday where thousands of people were present. "Sixty safety bunkers have been constructed for border residents and more will be constructed". "NIA is an independent, autonomous organization and they are acting according to the law of the land".

On Ryan School incident, Mr Singh said, "It is unfortunate incident".

On illegal settlement of Rohingyas in Jammu, the Union Minister said, "We can not rule out security threat". Speaking on the presence of Rohingya refugees in Jammu, Singh said the Rohingya refugees living in Jammu city are illegal migrants.

"Even though it (Congress) thinks its fundamental right is to criticise the Centre for its policies regarding Jammu and Kashmir, the team and any of its central leader did not bother to take stock of the situation", state BJP spokesperson Virender Gupta said.

Answering a question on Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi's statement blaming the BJP for destroying the image of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Jammu and Kashmir and also the alleged failure of the Narendra Modi government to control separatist violence in the state, Rajnath Singh said, "We do not believe in blaming anybody, otherwise we know what happened in Kashmir in 1989".

The panel met the party leadership and over 30 delegations representing a cross section of the society, besides representatives of National Conference, CPM and other mainstream Opposition parties.

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