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Amit Shah blames Congress for 'Kashmir problem'

Press Trust of India  |  Chandigarh 

national president today said the 'Kashmir problem' emerged because of Congress, expressing confidence that Modi led will soon control the present situation in the Valley.

"What else can say. Kashmir problem emerged because of Congress," Shah said while addressing media here today.



He was asked to respond to the allegations, which had reportedly accused of failing to control the situation in Kashmir.

Concerned over the "disturbed" situation in the Valley, the had formulated a policy-planning group for on April 19, to take forward the peace initiative in the state.

The policy-planning group is chaired by former Prime Minister and includes former Home Minister and CWC members Karan Singh and Ghulam Nabi Azad, besides the J-K in charge

The has been critical of the Centre as well as the PDP-coalition over the handling of the situation in J-K since July last year.

When asked about Kashmiri students indulging in stone pelting at the security personnel, Shah said such situations had emerged in the past as well.

"Kashmir faced such situations several times since 1989 (since onset of militancy in the state). It is not for the first time that such a situation had erupted and these situations were controlled. Whenever security agencies adopted a tough stand, such situations arose. I am confident that this situation will soon be controlled," he said.

Praising the three-year old regime of at the Centre, he said the has worked for the upliftment of poor, downtrodden, labourers and farmers.

He said the present at the Centre has taken a bold step like demonetisation to contain spread of black money to a large extent and boost country's economy.

Welcoming the International Court of Justice (ICJ) order, which stayed the execution of former Naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, he termed it as "a very big achievement" for the

Earlier, a large number of workers and supporters accorded a grand welcome to at the airport here this morning and organised a roadshow, while escorting him to the party office in the city.

The chief is on a 110-day country-wide tour, which began in Jammu last month. His tour will be in two phases-- 95 days and 15 days. With an eye on the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, Shah is travelling across states to strategise and find ways to strengthen the party at the grass-root level.

Shah was received by Chandigarh president Sanjay Tandon, the party's local MP Kirron Kher and others.

"Chandigarh is the fourth place on Shah's itinerary for the 95-day tour which began with his visit to Jammu on April 29. The chief has also visited Himachal Pradesh and Tripura," Tandon said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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BJP national president Amit Shah today said the 'Kashmir problem' emerged because of Congress, expressing confidence that Narendra Modi led NDA government will soon control the present situation in the Valley. "What else Congress can say. Kashmir problem emerged because of Congress," Shah said while addressing media here today. He was asked to respond to the Congress allegations, which had reportedly accused NDA government of failing to control the situation in Kashmir. Concerned over the "disturbed" situation in the Valley, the Congress had formulated a policy-planning group for Jammu and Kashmir on April 19, to take forward the peace initiative in the state. The policy-planning group is chaired by former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and includes former Home Minister P Chidambaram and CWC members Karan Singh and Ghulam Nabi Azad, besides the J-K Congress in charge Ambika Soni. The Congress has been critical of the Centre as well as the PDP-BJP coalition government over the ... national president today said the 'Kashmir problem' emerged because of Congress, expressing confidence that Modi led will soon control the present situation in the Valley.

"What else can say. Kashmir problem emerged because of Congress," Shah said while addressing media here today.

He was asked to respond to the allegations, which had reportedly accused of failing to control the situation in Kashmir.

Concerned over the "disturbed" situation in the Valley, the had formulated a policy-planning group for on April 19, to take forward the peace initiative in the state.

The policy-planning group is chaired by former Prime Minister and includes former Home Minister and CWC members Karan Singh and Ghulam Nabi Azad, besides the J-K in charge

The has been critical of the Centre as well as the PDP-coalition over the handling of the situation in J-K since July last year.

When asked about Kashmiri students indulging in stone pelting at the security personnel, Shah said such situations had emerged in the past as well.

"Kashmir faced such situations several times since 1989 (since onset of militancy in the state). It is not for the first time that such a situation had erupted and these situations were controlled. Whenever security agencies adopted a tough stand, such situations arose. I am confident that this situation will soon be controlled," he said.

Praising the three-year old regime of at the Centre, he said the has worked for the upliftment of poor, downtrodden, labourers and farmers.

He said the present at the Centre has taken a bold step like demonetisation to contain spread of black money to a large extent and boost country's economy.

Welcoming the International Court of Justice (ICJ) order, which stayed the execution of former Naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, he termed it as "a very big achievement" for the

Earlier, a large number of workers and supporters accorded a grand welcome to at the airport here this morning and organised a roadshow, while escorting him to the party office in the city.

The chief is on a 110-day country-wide tour, which began in Jammu last month. His tour will be in two phases-- 95 days and 15 days. With an eye on the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, Shah is travelling across states to strategise and find ways to strengthen the party at the grass-root level.

Shah was received by Chandigarh president Sanjay Tandon, the party's local MP Kirron Kher and others.

"Chandigarh is the fourth place on Shah's itinerary for the 95-day tour which began with his visit to Jammu on April 29. The chief has also visited Himachal Pradesh and Tripura," Tandon said.

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Amit Shah blames Congress for 'Kashmir problem'

national president today said the 'Kashmir problem' emerged because of Congress, expressing confidence that Modi led will soon control the present situation in the Valley.

"What else can say. Kashmir problem emerged because of Congress," Shah said while addressing media here today.

He was asked to respond to the allegations, which had reportedly accused of failing to control the situation in Kashmir.

Concerned over the "disturbed" situation in the Valley, the had formulated a policy-planning group for on April 19, to take forward the peace initiative in the state.

The policy-planning group is chaired by former Prime Minister and includes former Home Minister and CWC members Karan Singh and Ghulam Nabi Azad, besides the J-K in charge

The has been critical of the Centre as well as the PDP-coalition over the handling of the situation in J-K since July last year.

When asked about Kashmiri students indulging in stone pelting at the security personnel, Shah said such situations had emerged in the past as well.

"Kashmir faced such situations several times since 1989 (since onset of militancy in the state). It is not for the first time that such a situation had erupted and these situations were controlled. Whenever security agencies adopted a tough stand, such situations arose. I am confident that this situation will soon be controlled," he said.

Praising the three-year old regime of at the Centre, he said the has worked for the upliftment of poor, downtrodden, labourers and farmers.

He said the present at the Centre has taken a bold step like demonetisation to contain spread of black money to a large extent and boost country's economy.

Welcoming the International Court of Justice (ICJ) order, which stayed the execution of former Naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, he termed it as "a very big achievement" for the

Earlier, a large number of workers and supporters accorded a grand welcome to at the airport here this morning and organised a roadshow, while escorting him to the party office in the city.

The chief is on a 110-day country-wide tour, which began in Jammu last month. His tour will be in two phases-- 95 days and 15 days. With an eye on the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, Shah is travelling across states to strategise and find ways to strengthen the party at the grass-root level.

Shah was received by Chandigarh president Sanjay Tandon, the party's local MP Kirron Kher and others.

"Chandigarh is the fourth place on Shah's itinerary for the 95-day tour which began with his visit to Jammu on April 29. The chief has also visited Himachal Pradesh and Tripura," Tandon said.

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