bjp: Post-match slugfest: PDP & NC slam motion, BJP retorts | India News – Times of India

JAMMU/SRINAGAR: Opposition in Jammu & Kashmir on Tuesday got here out in sturdy protest after circumstances beneath the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) had been slapped on two medical college students in Srinagar and 6 folks had been detained in Samba district for celebrating Pakistan‘s win over India within the T20 World Cup match on Sunday.
While National Conference president Farooq Abdullah mentioned a “volcano has been building up in Jammu & Kashmir,” PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti accused the Centre of resorting to “vindictive” motion in opposition to Kashmiri youth and mentioned such steps will “alienate them further.”
“A volcano has been building up in Jammu & Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370,” mentioned Abdullah and expressed worry over what form it could take when it erupts.
“Celebrations within the Valley over Pakistan’s win whereas Union dwelling minister Amit Shah was visiting had been meant to impress BJP, which had taken away J&K’s particular standing,” he added.
“They (those who celebrated the win) don’t have anything to do with them (Pakistanis)… It was done to provoke BJP. They were children and young boys and this should serve as an eye-opener for BJP,” Abdullah mentioned at a public assembly in Surankote in Poonch district. He mentioned Shah was the one who introduced the state’s particular standing beneath Article 370 being revoked and in addition witnessed the celebrations after Pakistan’s cricket win on Sunday.
Reacting to the police motion, Mehbooba Mufti mentioned the Centre ought to as an alternative have tried to establish why the educated youth select to establish with Pakistan.
J&Ok BJP chief Ravinder Raina hit again, accusing her of having “Talibani ideology” and mentioned anybody who celebrated Pakistan’s latest win over India in a T20 World Cup match can be jailed for “conspiring” in opposition to the nation.

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