‘The chain of glorification of separatism ends’
Shah said that the whole chain of glorifying terrorism and separatism in Jammu and Kashmir is being brought forward to take Jammu and Kashmir on the path of development. Earlier, curfew-struggle used to be held every day in Jammu and Kashmir and strike was declared from other countries and people sitting here followed. Today in J&K nobody dares to follow and glorify the struggle.
Anti-corruption bureau was not set up in Jammu and Kashmir for decades because the people in power were involved in corruption…Modi government has done the job of setting up an anti-corruption bureau here for the first time after independence. The Modi government’s priority is to uproot corruption and terrorism and make Jammu and Kashmir the first in the country.
Prime Minister in front of the youth
Amit Shah said that Prime Minister Modi tried to reach the youth of Jammu and Kashmir and that is why today he has a laptop instead of a stone. Today the youth of Jammu and Kashmir are progressing like the youth of other parts of the country.
3 political families ruled.
The Home Minister also said that the Justice Sharma Commission has included Pahari, Bakarwal and Gurjar for the benefit of ST reservation. Once the legal process is completed, the Gujjar, Bakarwal and Pahari communities will get the benefit of reservation. Attacking the opposition, the Home Minister said that earlier only three political families ruled the state. He asked these communities to ensure that these three families never win an election.
‘..never happened in 70 years’
Gram panchayats, district panchayats and tehsil panchayats exist today which have not existed in the last 70 years. Democracy is held hostage between 87 MLAs and 6 MPs. Pahari, Bakarwal and Gurjar were out of it for the last 70 years. By nominating Ghulam Nabi Khatana to the Rajya Sabha, Prime Minister Modi has shown that he is committed to providing representation to all sections.
Amit Shah said that after the abrogation of Article 370, investment of Rs 56,000 crore has come from outside in Jammu and Kashmir. 1.62 crore tourists visited here for the first time since January 2022. He said that the delimitation commission was constituted to give representation to the Pahari, Bakarwal and Gurjar communities.