Senior Congress chief Ghulam Nabi Azad Sunday stated that Jammu and Kashmir was “much better” earlier than the abrogation of Article 370, and that nothing has occurred regardless of guarantees of change made by the BJP-led authorities on the Centre.
“We have been informed that the state of affairs in Jammu and Kashmir will change after abrogation of Artwork 370. Development, hospitals, unemployment shall be taken care of. However that has not occurred in any respect. As a matter of truth, we have been much better when it was being dominated by varied CMs,” Nabi informed ANI.
Nabi additionally stated that the results of strapping J&Ok’s statehood is being felt by the individuals. “So, we’re a fantastic loser. We’re a fantastic loser after the state has been divided into two. We’ve got been a fantastic loser ever because the Meeting has been dissolved,” he stated.
We have been informed that state of affairs in J&Ok will change after abrogation of Artwork 370. Development, hospitals, unemployment shall be taken care of. However that has not occurred in any respect. As a matter of truth, we have been much better when it was being dominated by varied CMs: Ghulam Nabi Azad, Congress pic.twitter.com/Kr7Okk369M
— ANI (@ANI) October 24, 2021
His feedback come as Union Minister Amit Shah reached Jammu and Kashmir Saturday morning for a three-day go to — his first because the authorities scrapped Article 370 in August two years in the past.
Shah’s go to comes within the backdrop of a sequence of civilian killings within the Valley. Up to now two weeks, the Valley has seen 11 civilians, together with migrants and non-Muslim Kashmiris, being killed by militants.
Whereas safety forces have gunned down 17 suspected militants within the interval and tightened safety throughout the Valley, sources stated, the community continues to be at massive and safety forces are at their wit’s finish to make sure no untoward incident occurs through the minister’s go to.