National President and Union Home Minister Amit Shah has accused the Congress of internationalizing the Kashmir issue at a rally during the assembly elections in Maharashtra. Shah said that former Congress president Rahul Gandhi should clear his stand on Kashmir issue. Shah said, a photo came on Thursday in which Kamal Dhaliwal, the Overseas President of the Congress Party and a close aide of Rahul Gandhi, took a photo with the Labor Party and said that the condition in Kashmir is not good. Kashmir is our internal issue but Congress is internationalizing it. He said, Rahul Gandhi, you should clarify what is your stand on the Kashmir issue.
Shah said that former Congress president Rahul Gandhi should clear his stand on Kashmir issue.
Shah alleged that Congress and NCP have been opposing the removal of 370 for their votebank politics. He said, “Over 40 thousand people have died in Kashmir due to terrorism for 70 years but Congress and NCP have been opposing the removal of 370 for their votebank politics.” But for BJP, the security of the country is more important than our governments, so our government removed 370.
Shah said, when Article 370 was being debated, Congress leader GhulamNabi Azad used to say that the removal of 370 would drain the rivers of blood in Kashmir. But today I want to tell the Congress leaders that after the withdrawal of 370 rivers of blood, not a single strand of blood has been shed. The Union Home Minister said, “Congressmen are saying what is meant by the removal of Maharashtra to 370 people.” I want to ask the people here whether you want Kashmir to be an integral part of India or not? Not only Maharashtra, the entire people of the country wants Kashmir to remain an integral part of India.