April 24, 2019

National security policy of Congress in favour of Kashmiri militants: Jai Ram Thakur

National security policy of Congress in favour of Kashmiri militants: Jai Ram Thakur 
Vijyender Sharma
SHIMLA----Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur today said that the national security policy of the Congress party seems to be standing in favour of Jehadi terrorists of Kashmir. This document is silent on how to tackle the terrorists like Afzal Guru, who was responsible for attack on the Indian Parliament, Burhan Wani and those who are indulged in a criminal assault in the form of stone pelting on the Indian security forces in Jammu and Kashmir. This document exposes the intellectual bankruptcy of Congress regarding the situation of Kashmir and national security.
Jai Ram Thakur reminded that the Congress had not accepted the surgical strike in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir by the Indian army. While the whole world believed that the army had destroyed the base of the militants by entering therem Congress President Rahul Gandhi still seeks proof of surgical strike from the Modi government. 
He said that after the Pulwama attack, when the Indian Air Force destroyed the militants' base in the Balakot town of Pakistan, Rahul Gandhi and Congress Party appeared in support of Pakistan instead of the Indian Army. To date, Rahul Gandhi did not believe that Indian Air Force carried out such a great feat. 
The Chief Minister said that Congress's security document does not say anything about the fierce war Pakistan has launched in Kashmir. There is no such solution given in this regard that what the Congress thinks to end the terrorism. Even the Congress document does not touch the dangerous aspects of Kashmir problem. The surprising thing is that the Congress document says that with surgical strike and aerial strike, Pakistan's behaviour towards India will not change. Earlier, Congress had refused to accept any such action of Indian forces. The Congress document speaks about holding talks on Kashmir issue with Pakistan. He said that intellectual bankruptcy in Congress documents matches Rahul Gandhi's understanding.

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