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Unity and Love are basic mantras to address Kashmir problem: PM
Modi’s talks of ‘Ekta’ and ‘Mamata’
8/28/2016 11:56:22 PM
New Delhi, Aug 28: In a fresh bid to reach out to people of the valley, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said "Ekta" (unity) and "Mamata" (love) are the basic mantras for addressing Kashmir problem even as he slammed those pushing "innocent" children to violence, saying they will have to answer them some day. Seeking to strike a chord with the people of Kashmir, he said if any life is lost in the valley, whether of any youth or any securityman, "that loss is ours, of our own, of our own country". Speaking on the unrest in the valley in his monthly radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat', Modi said, "From the interactions I had with all parties on Kashmir, one thing emerged from those, which can be put in simple words as 'Ekta' and 'Mamata'. These two things were the basic mantra." He said all the political parties had spoken in one voice on Kashmir, sending out a "message to the world as well as separatist forces" besides conveying "our sentiments to the people of Kashmir". He equated it to the passage of landmark GST Bill by Parliament for which all the parties came together, saying it showed that big tasks can be achieved by walking jointly. "It is the view of all of us, the view of 125 crore people from a pradhan of a village to the Prime Minister, that if any life is lost in Kashmir, whether of any youth or any securityman, that loss is ours, our own country," Modi said. A...
 
Pak’s role in Kashmir violence stands exposed: Jitendra
Those provoking youth in Kashmir for ‘jihaad’ have kept their children in safe havens
8/28/2016 11:56:06 PM
Jammu, Aug 27: Ruling out a dialogue with Pakistan, Union minister Jitendra Singh today said the "government can't talk to perpetrators of terrorism." Accusing Pakistan of promoting terrorism in Kashmir, he said: "I think we are very clear that it is mischief perpetuated, promoted and sponsored by Pakistan and India is out to defeat this design." The Minister of State in Prime Minister's Office said: "If Pakistan continues to remain in denial mode, the harm would come to Pakistan itself because the perpetrators of terrorism cannot escape the effects of terrorism for long." He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said time and again that there can't be any compromise on terrorism but ...
Be on side of people, join their just struggle: Hurriyat to CM
8/28/2016 11:55:57 PM
Srinagar, Aug 28: The hardline Hurriyat Conference today asked Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to be on the side of her people and join their just struggle, a day after the ruling PDP appealed to its chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani to give her a chance to address the grievances of the people. "We have three-pronged relation with Mehbooba -- human, national and religious, but she has utterly failed to uphold any of these," a Hurriyat spokesman said. "Humanity teaches us to respect and honour human beings irrespective of their caste, creed or culture, but she, by her barbaric armed forces and uncontrolled police, has turned this heavenly land into the hell. Here every house i...
Rajnath, Shah, Jaitley discuss Kashmir situation
Rajnath may lead all-party team to Kashmir on Sep 3
8/28/2016 11:55:47 PM
New Delhi, Aug 28: As Jammu and Kashmir continues to be on edge, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today reviewed the situation in the state with top BJP and government functionaries. The Home Minister went into a huddle with BJP President Amit Shah, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Minister of State in the PMO Jitendra Singh and discussed with them the prevailing situation in the Kashmir Valley. The meeting discussed about the visit of the all-party delegation to Kashmir and possible dates, sources said. The all-party delegation is likely to visit the state in the first week of September, sources said. When asked about what transpired at the meeting, Jitendra Singh refused to elaborate, onl...
If K-issue is not resolved under Modi, it will never be resolved: Mehbooba
Talks with whosoever is ready to reject violence
8/28/2016 11:55:41 PM
Jammu, Aug 28: Stating that the approach adopted by former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the only way to resolve the Kashmir dispute, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today claimed that if the dispute was not resolved under Prime Minister Narendra Modi it will never be resolved. "There is no other option but only the Vajpayee doctrine. We will have to follow it and they (Pakistan) too will have to follow it, if we have to bring Jammu and Kashmir out of this mess and this cycle of violence, this is the only option," she said while speaking at a function here this evening. She claimed that it was the only opportunity which the people have to resolve the dispute and...
Govt readies Rs 2,000 cr package for PoK refugees
8/28/2016 11:55:28 PM
New Delhi, Aug 28: Amid Prime Minister Narendra Modi's overtures to people of PoK and Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan, the government is all set to announce a Rs 2,000 crore package for displaced people of Pakistan occupied Kashmir living in the country. The Home Ministry is expected to place the details of the package before the Union Cabinet for approval soon, a senior official said. The Jammu and Kashmir government has already identified 36,348 families for distribution of the package under which each family will get around Rs 5.5 lakh. "We hope that within a month, the package will get approval from the Union Cabinet and the funds could be distributed among the beneficiaries," ...
Curfew in parts of Srinagar, two towns in S Kashmir
8/28/2016 11:55:24 PM
Srinagar, Aug 28: Curfew continued in some parts of Srinagar and two towns in south Kashmir, while restrictions on the assembly of people were in force in the rest of the Valley where normal life remained paralysed for the 51st consecutive day today. Curfew remained in force in five police station areas of downtown Srinagar, a police official said. He said the curfew was lifted from many areas of Srinagar today - two days after it was clamped in the entire city to thwart proposed marches by separatist groups to Eidgah in old city on Friday and towards Army headquarters at Badami Bagh cantonment area here yesterday. The official said curfew also continued in the two south Kashmir towns of...
 
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