1990-like situation in Kashmir today, removal of 370 did not help: Sanjay Raut
New Delhi, June 3: Expressing concern over the continuous attacks on common people in Kashmir, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut has questioned the policies of the central government. Raut has questioned the Narendra Modi government at the Center that in the elections, BJP was seeking votes in the name of Kashmiri Pandits but today it has failed to provide them security. Raut has also questioned the government on the benefits of abolishing the special status of Kashmir.
On Friday, Sanjay Raut said, today the same bad situation has arisen in Kashmir which was in the 1990s. The BJP talked about the return of Kashmiri Pandits to the valley and got votes in the name of Hindutva. The government had talked about returning home of Kashmiri Pandits but it did not happen. Article 370 was abrogated in Jammu and Kashmir. Many things were done about this, but despite the removal of 370, there has been no improvement in the lives of the people there.
Raut said that Home Minister Amit Shah called an emergency meeting with Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha yesterday. It seems that the government is trying but today the situation on the ground is again the same as it was in 1990. The government should focus on Kashmir and take some steps.
Continuous target killing in Kashmir
Let us tell you that in recent times, attacks on common people have increased in Kashmir. In the last few days, terrorists especially Hindus and people of other states living in Kashmir have been targeted by terrorists. There have been continuous killings in Kashmir in the last one week. Due to which there is an atmosphere of fear among Kashmiri Pandits and people of other states and a large number of these people are leaving the valley. Kashmiri Pandits are also continuously protesting against the attacks. In such a situation, the opposition is constantly surrounding the central government and asking it to pay attention to it.
Sanjay Raut says today the same situation has arisen in Kashmir that was in 1990s
Story first published: Friday, June 3, 2022, 12:28 [IST]