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Anti National Activities will not be tolerated: Jitendra Singh

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  • Union minister Jitendra Singh targeted Yasin Malik, said – they have not paid such people’s attention for 30 years
  • They allege JKLF leader Yasin to have killed Air Force officers
  • Jitendra said- We represent a generation that has witnessed the atrocities that have been happening for years.

Union Minister Jitendra Singh said on Tuesday that anyone who is engaged in anti-national activities will have to pay the price. Jitendra was targeting Yasin Malik, leader of the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF).

Jitendra also said that for the last 30 years, we took no action against those engaged in anti-national activities. Now the time has come to take action on them. On what political protection is being given to Yasin, an alleged accused of killing Air Force officers, the Union Minister said, they brutally murdered the officers. Also, we represent the generation that witnessed atrocities. Our government still prefers dialogue. But, if someone stays in India and indulges in anti-national activities, he will have to answer.

‘Now the government aims to make PoK a part of India’

Singh once again said, “The government’s next agenda is to include the rest of Jammu and Kashmir (Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, PoK) in India.” It is not only my or the party’s commitment. They passed this resolution in 1994 during PV Narasimha Rao’s government. ”

“Modi government took many historic decisions during its 100-day tenure. Removing Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir is our biggest achievement. Kashmir is neither closed nor curfew is there now. Life there is fast returning to track. We removed Article 370 because industrial development, health facilities, and employment conditions could improve in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. ”

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