Those indulging in terrorism in Kashmir will not be forgiven, says Ram Madhav

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Srinagar | Updated: October 29, 2017 11:03:10 PM

BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav today said while most people in Kashmir want peace, only a few people are indulging in terrorism and they will not be forgiven.

 Ram Madhav,  Ram Madhav BJP, Kashmir, terrorism, terrorism in kashmir ram madhav BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav today said while most people in Kashmir want peace, only a few people are indulging in terrorism and they will not be forgiven.(PTI)

BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav today said while most people in Kashmir want peace, only a few people are indulging in terrorism and they will not be forgiven.

Madhav was here to attend the working committee meeting of the BJP’s state unit — the first one in the Valley. A few people in the state are supporting terrorism. “There will be no forgiveness for terrorism. People indulging in terrorism will be dealt with according to the law … but most people here want peace and development and our government will strive to provide the same”, Madhav told reporters here.

Madhav said the people of Jammu and Kashmir have rich cultural heritage, but some elements have misled them for their vested interests. The meeting was attended by BJP national vice-president and J&K in-charge Avinash Rai Khanna and Minister of State in PMO Jitendra Singh.

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