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If detaining 200-300 people help in keeping peace, then let them stay there for a little longer: Ram Madhav
10/20/2019 11:42:41 PM
Wajahat Shabir

Early Times Report

Srinagar, Oct 20: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National General Secretary Ram Madhav on Sunday said that there are only two paths left for Jammu and Kashmir one is development and other is peace. And, for that if we have to keep 200-300 people detained, we will.
He added that "Whosoever becomes a hurdle in between peace and development will be dealt strongly and there are many jails for such people in India". The comment made by the BJP leader came at the gathering in Srinagar, where Ram Madhav was addressing party workers. This was the first time a BJP leader addressed a gathering in Kashmir after the revocation of Article 370 on August 5.
Madhav said "I was here in the Srinagar two days before the removal of Article 370 to keep a gauge on the how the situation will remain once the decision is made. At that time I had also told the media that whatever will be done will be for the betterment for the people of Jammu and Kashmir".
He added that the decision that was taken by the centre was in the favor and development for the common people of Jammu and Kashmir. The Jammu and Kashmir had come at the stage of big change. The future of Jammu and Kashmir will be bright and a new chapter in Kashmir has begun.
Madhav said, "Some detained politicians in Kashmir are sending messages to people to pick up guns and give sacrifices".
He added that I want to tell the people to tell these to first give sacrifices themselves and then ask people,'' he said while addressing a gathering of BJP workers at Tagore Hall in Srinagar.
BJP General Secretary said "If detaining 200-300 people help in keeping peace, then let them stay there for a little longer".
Madhav said "There have been very few incidents of violence in Kashmir in the last a few months".
"The kind of politics and system of governance was going in Jammu and Kashmir from last 70 years won't work now. The government of Narendra Modi is working for the new ways of system of governance in the valley. And, for that the BJP workers have to carry that forward", BJP National General Ram Madhav said.
He further said that "From last 70 years, millions of people have been deprived of development and have been target of violence. Now that scenario needs to be changed through different system of governance and now, millions of families will run on the path of development and peace.
He added that the revocation of Article 370 was initiated first by Congress and Nehru had said it will vanish over time. And, today it's being referred to as sentiment and he said that there is no bigger sentiment than people's sentiment.'
He said it's being said that after Article 370, jobs and land will also go. Where will it go, he asked, and stressed that nothing will be done against the interests of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Madhav said, "Each job will go to the people of this region and cautioned people not to fall prey to propaganda. And, utmost caution will taken for the protection of J&K's culture, heritage the jobs and education for youths".
Nepotism and family rule has been the main reason for violence and new leadership is the need of the hour, BJP leader said. "BJP is ready for creation of new leadership," he said. He added in the valley two generation of families had taken over the politics now I am seeing on the television that the third generation is taking over.
Shedding light on current situation in the valley, BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav said that whole world is afraid of Modi, so what are you afraid of. Open your shops and I saw huge rush on the roads and I was stuck in traffic jam at Batamaloo for almost 30 minutes,'' he said.
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