Modi led BJP Defaming India’s first PM Jawaharlal Nehru


New Delhi, Sep 22: The Modi government has asked Bharatiya Janata party workers to start a campaign to inform people of India about why Article 370 was abrogated and blame country’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru for the terrorism that existed in Jammu and Kashmir.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defence minister Rajnath Singh have initiated implementing two -pronged theory: First to defame Congress specifically India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and the Gandhi family by blaming them of any wrong that had happened in the country including the Jammu and Kashmir.
Second to warn Pakistan that it will be divided into pieces and POK will be taken back by the Modi government.

Home Minister Amit Shah started campaigning for Maharashtra Assembly elections by addressing a public meeting in Mumbai on Sunday. Shah targeted the Congress and Rahul Gandhi over the centre’s “historic” decision on Jammu and Kashmir, declaring that while the BJP had fought for “one nation, one Prime Minister and one constitution”, the Congress had tried to play politics over an issue of national security.
“Congress sees this as (a) political issue, we see it as nationalism,” Amit Shah declared, also blaming former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru for an “untimely ceasefire” in 1947 that contributed to the creation of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK).

In August, the government had ended the special status of Jammu and Kashmir granted under Article 370 and bifurcated the state into two union territories. The restrictions has been imposed in Jammu and Kashmir since August 5 and there is complete communication blasknot with no internet and phone and the house arrest of political leaders – to prevent any backlash, had triggered opposition protests.

On the same day, India’s Defence Minister Rajnath Singh warned Pakistan against “repeating mistakes of 1965 and 1971” otherwise Pakistan will be divided into pieces on human rights violations.

Addressing a ‘Jan Jagran Sabha’ (public awareness meet) organised by the BJP in another state of Bihar, where senior party leaders spoke on the Narendra Modi government’s move to strip Jammu and Kashmir of its special status, Singh said Article 370 was like a “cancer” which had allowed the State to bleed.

More than three-fourths of the Jammu and Kashmir population was in favour of the abrogation of Article 370, he said.

“The BJP had never softened its stance on Article 370, irrespective of whether it was at the helm or not. Its abrogation has proved that the party is honest and credible,”Singh said.

The Defence Minister also cautioned the neighbouring country against promoting cross-border terrorism in the wake of developments in Jammu and Kashmir.

“Talks with Pakistan will henceforth resume only after it stops promoting terrorism. And the country must keep in mind that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and discussion can only take place about Pakistan-occupied Kashmir,” he added.

Imran Khan asks militants not to wage Jihadm US applauds Pakistan

Prime Minister Imran Khan has repeatedly warned Pakistanis not to go to Kashmir to fight jihad, saying it will hurt the cause of the Kashmiris.

“If anyone from Pakistan goes to India to fight jihad…he will be the first to do an injustice to Kashmiris, he will be the enemy of Kashmiris,” Khan told after inaugurating the Torkham Terminal at Pak-Afghan border.

The US has welcomed Prime Minister Imran Khan’s “unambiguous and important” statement warning Pakistanis against going to Kashmir to wage jihad.

“Anyone going from here will give them (India) the pretext to blame Pakistan for cross-border terrorism and infiltrating terrorists,” Khan said, adding that India has previously accused Pakistan of cross-border terrorism.

Khan is set to highlight the Kashmir issue in his address to the UNGA on September 27 after India revoked Jammu and Kashmir’s special status last month. He said he will “forcefully present the Kashmir issue like never before” at the UN General Assembly session next week.

A planned march by some Pakistani political and religious parties towards the Line of Control with India was postponed early this week after Khan asked them to wait till his UNGA address.
India asserted that there won’t be talks with Pakistan on Kashmir issue but certainly there will be talks with Pakistan only on POK.

Tension between India and Pakistan escalated after New Delhi revoked Jammu and Kashmir’s special status on August 5.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar asserted that Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) is India’s part and one day New Delhi expects to have “physical jurisdiction” over it.

He also asserted that there is no need to “worry” too much beyond a point about what people will say on Kashmir as it is an internal issue on which India’s position has “prevailed and will prevail.”

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