1. Modi’s statement on Kashmir similar to my tweet: Subramanian Swami

Modi’s statement on Kashmir similar to my tweet: Subramanian Swami

In response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statement after the all-party meeting in Delhi, former Union Minister Dr. Subramanian Swamy tweeted that he had already said it before.

By: | Published: August 12, 2016 7:23 PM
subramanian swamy tweets, subramanian swamy, susu swamy, subu swamy, subramanian swamy kashmir, subu swamy kashmir Subramanian Swamy went on social networking site twitter to express his opinion on the all-party meeting on the turmoil in Kashmir. (Reuters)

In response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement after the all-party meeting in Delhi, former Union Minister Dr. Subramanian Swamy tweeted that he had already said it before. Swamy went on social networking site twitter to express his opinion on the all-party meeting on the turmoil in Kashmir. The Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh had informed the media that Modi had suggested the expose of Pakistani atrocities faced by the people in Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) regions. Speaking during an ALL Party Meet today, the PM said that has come for Pakistan to answer the world on atrocities against people in PoK and Balochistan.

Later Finance Minister Arun Jaitley clarified that PM Modi suggested exposing Pakistan as a measure if the country doesn’t stop funding and sheltering terror elements and interfering in India’s internal affairs. Modi said that the common people residing in these areas must be contacted and asked about the atrocities they face, to expose Pakistan in front of the world, Rajanth Singh informed the media while sharing focal points of Modi’s speech. The government has announced a Rs 80,000 crore package the for the development and welfare of the state. It was one of the many measures that have been taken to restore normalcy to the state. Rajnath Singh said that part of the package had already been dispatched to the state government and the rest would soon be cleared by the Finance Ministry.

The government informed leaders of all parties that several measures have been taken to bring normalcy back to Jammu and Kashmir. One of them is a Rs 80,000 cr package for development of the state. Singh said that a part of the package has already been forwarded to the state government and the rest would be cleared by the Finance Ministry soon.

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