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Prime Minister Modi on Tuesday broke his silence on the ongoing violence in the Kashmir valleyFormer Janata Dal (United) chief Sharad Yadav on Wednesday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mere reference to Kashmir in his speech is not enough and advised the Centre to come up with political measures to win the trust of the people of the valley.
Yadav said Prime Minister’s love for Kashmir is one sided and that the Central Government will have to make efforts to make the people of the valley reciprocate that affection.
“Prime Minister might say anything but it does not make any difference. The Condition in Jammu and Kashmir is very bad. He says that we all love Kashmir, but this I would say is one sided love. We have to chalk out such political measures that the people of Jammu and Kashmir also start loving us,” said Yadav.Prime Minister Modi on Tuesday broke his silence on the ongoing violence in the Kashmir valley following the death in an encounter of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani and said a handful of misguided people are hurting the great tradition of Kashmir and appealed to the youth to join him in fulfilling the dream of making the place the world’s paradise.
“A handful of misguided people are hurting the great tradition of Kashmir. I appeal to the Kashmiri youth come along, we will together realise the dream of making Kashmir the paradise of the world. We give so much love to Kashmir, while some people are causing it a lot of harm,” said the Prime Minister, while addressing a public rally after unveiling a statue of freedom fighter Chandra Shekhar Azad at his birthplace.