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Forgets these politicians are adamant on their stand to disturb peace
Cong MP turns messiah, seeks release of Kashmir-centric leaders
12/11/2019 10:41:46 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Dec 11: Senior Congress leader and Member Parliament Adhir Ranjan Choudhary seems worried about the detained Kashmir-centric leaders.
On Tuesday, he (Choudhary) in the Parliament asked the Government of India to inform the House when Kashmiri leaders including Farooq Abdullah will be released. He expressed dismay over no political activity taking place in the Valley.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "The Congress party has been left issueless due to the aggressive policies adopted by the present regime at the centre. When Congress ruled the country it took its own sweet time to settle the issues, and left many issues unsettled. To divert the attention from failures of the erstwhile Congress regimes its leaders are raking up the irrelevant points in the House."
The analyst said, "Everyone is aware about the fact that 30-odd Kashmir-centric leaders, who are under detention in Srinagar have been asked by the administration to give an undertaking that they won't indulge in any such activity which could lead to provocation. But these leaders seem adamant on their stand that ones they come out they will ensure that Kashmir erupts against the decision of the central government to reorganize the erstwhile state of Jammu & Kashmir."
He said that no government in the world will free such people who could be a threat to peace. "When bill to reorganize Jammu & Kashmir was introduced in the Parliament in August this year, Adhir Ranjan Choudhary had stirred hornet's nest by claiming that Kashmir is an international issue which needs to be resolved according to the resolutions passed by the United Nations," he added.
An observer said that Congress after facing humiliating defeats in 2014 and 2019 General Elections seems to have lost the plot. "The party is looking for issues to keep itself relevant. For Congress there is no normalcy in Kashmir as no political activities are taking place in the Valley. It seems someone needs to tell Choudhary that Kashmir-centric leaders during the past few years had kept their politics confined to advocating Pakistan's cause and used to harp that Kashmir is an issue which needs to be resolved. Since August 5 this discourse has changed in the Valley as the ones who used to instigate and mislead the people have been put behind the bars."
The observer said the jailed Kashmir-centric leaders had claimed that the Valley would witness bloodshed after August 5 but their predictions have not come true. "This has frustrated Kashmir-centric and Congress leaders," he added
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