Digvijaya Singh says- Claim of peace in Jammu and Kashmir, but foreign reports reveal different things

Bhopal: Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Tuesday claimed that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir had worsened after Article 370 was removed. He said that even though the central government is describing everything in the state as normal, foreign media reports have revealed different things. Digvijaya said that Modi government has burnt his hands by removing Article 370. Now our first goal is to save Kashmir.

He said, “Congress is being accused that it upheld Article 370, which led to terrorism. But I want to make it clear that 35A is also an extension of the same law which was made in 1927 by the ruler of Jammu and Kashmir. It does not allow people outside the state to work or buy land. This rule was made by the then ruler on the recommendation of Kashmiri Pundits.”

Pulwama attack due to intelligence failure: Singh

On Sunday, Singh had appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, NSA Ajit Doval to take any step with consideration, otherwise, Kashmir can get out of our hands.

Digvijaya has alleged that the terror attack on the CRPF convoy in Pulwama was due to intelligence failure. But those who raised questions about this, the government declared them as traitors. The Jammu and Kashmir government had also admitted the intelligence failure in Pulwama attack. If there was another country, the Home Minister would have to resign. But here, only those who raised the question were declared as traitors.

Some rules have been made for this process: Priyanka

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi said on the removal of Article 370 – how all this was done is completely unconstitutional. It is against the rules of democracy. Some rules have been made regarding the carrying out of such works. They were not followed at all.

I invited Rahul: Malik

Last week, Rahul Gandhi said that reports of violent incidents were coming from the valley. The Prime Minister should see this matter with complete peace and transparency and end the growing discontent about it. To this, Governor Malik said, “I have invited Rahul Gandhi to come to Jammu and Kashmir. I will send an aircraft for him so that he can come to Kashmir and see the ground conditions here.”

Rahul replied to the Governor

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday responded by accepting the invitation of Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satyapal Malik. Rahul said, “Dear Governor Malik, along with a delegation of opposition leaders, I accept your invitation to visit Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. We do not need aircraft. Just give me the freedom to meet the people, mainstream leaders, and our military brothers.”