India / Third anniversary of removal of Article 370 from Kashmir Pakistan prepared toolkit to spit poison

Zoom News : Aug 05, 2022, 07:31 AM
Jammu and Kashmir | It has been three years since the abrogation of Article 370 and revocation of statehood in Jammu and Kashmir. On this day, Union Home Minister Amit Shah introduced the bill in Parliament and disabled it. However, even today Pakistan is not deterring from its nefarious antics. It has prepared a toolkit to spread propaganda against India in social media. However, Indian intelligence agencies have also planned to give a befitting reply.

Pakistan's situation on Kashmir is like Abdullah in Begane's marriage. The neighboring country repeatedly tries to obstruct it. However, he is only disappointed. Now news is coming that he has prepared a tool kit regarding Kashmir. He has prepared a 15-page anti-India dossier.

The toolkit has been prepared by the Pakistani agencies. This has come to the fore just a day before August 5. According to the dossier, Pakistan's embassies in China, Belgium, Japan, Ukraine, Birmingham, Dubai, Australia, Italy, Denmark and Germany have been circulating draft messages on social media about how "India should be allowed to use its unilateral and illegal practices established with effect from 5 August 2019. The measures should be reversed. Stop its oppression and human rights violations against the people of Kashmir. Prevent and reverse demographic changes in the occupied territory."

India will also give agreement answer

According to media reports, Pakistani agencies are planning to bombard social media with these messages on August 5. India's intelligence agencies have also prepared a dossier to counter Pakistan's attempts to circulate anti-India content on social media.

still waiting for election

Even on the third anniversary of Article 370, the people of Kashmir and its politicians are waiting for the elections. Recently in Srinagar, BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain said that hotels in the city are full and the airport is buzzing with tourists. He had said, "Jammu and Kashmir has become a top tourist destination for the first time in last 70 years. Normalcy has returned in the state."

Asked when elections would be held in Jammu and Kashmir, Shahnawaz Hussain said, "The Election Commission of India is an independent body. It is for him to decide whether to hold elections in Kashmir." He said that the government and the BJP have nothing to do with the conduct of the elections. Shahnawaz Hussain said that the Election Commission is going to fix the timing of elections in Jammu and Kashmir.

Jammu and Kashmir does not have an assembly since November 2018. The assembly was dissolved by then governor Satya Pal Malik after PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti staked claim to form the government. Governor's rule was imposed in Jammu and Kashmir in June 2018 after the BJP pulled out of the Mufti-led PDP-BJP coalition government.