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Congress exposes its mindset, Ghulam Nabi Azad says Kashmiris interacted with Ajit Doval because they were paid for it

The Congress party and its ecosystem are hell-bent on inciting the people of Jammu and Kashmir by deliberately toeing the Pakistani line on Jammu and Kashmir.

After parroting the lines of Pakistan by questioning the Indian government whether Article 370 and the state of Jammu and Kashmir, the Congress leadership has now made a shocking statement against NSA Ajit Doval on his recent trip to Shopian people.

Speaking to the ANI, senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad when asked about the recent trip of NSA Ajit Doval to Shopian, he said, “You (Ajit Doval) can take anyone with you by paying money and take them.”

The shocking statements made by Ghulam Nabi Azad only reflects the elitist mindset of the Congress, which considers that the average Kashmiri can be easily bought by anyone who is willing to pay money. Further, the party has also humiliated a decorated former police officer Ajit Doval, who has devoted his entire life in various capacities to protect the integrity of the country.

As normalcy is prevailing in the Jammu and Kashmir, some of the political parties, media and intelligentsia seem to be unhappy as they expected some blowback by Kashmiris in response to the abrogation of Article 370 and bifurcation of the state. However, the expectations of these pro-Pakistan sympathisers failed to realise as the average Kashmiri perceives it as a golden opportunity to progress themselves and the society and are welcoming the Narendra Modi government’s decision.

The Congress party and its ecosystem are hell-bent on inciting the people of Jammu and Kashmir by deliberately toeing the Pakistani line on Jammu and Kashmir.

Earlier, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhry, the Congress party’s leader in Lok Sabha had kicked up a storm in the Assembly today after he parroted the lines of Pakistan by questioning the government whether Article 370 and the state of Jammu and Kashmir was an internal matter. He questioned how can matters related to Jammu and Kashmir be ‘internal matter’ if it is being monitored by the UN since 1948.

Adhir Ranjan Chowdhry also questioned the legality of the union government to make laws on the region of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Adhir Ranjan Chowdhry further demanded an explanation from the government on whether Kashmir is a bilateral issue or not.

The Congress party also fears to take a stand on the issue and panders to the sentiments of Pakistan. Digvijaya Singh had also toed the line of Pakistan by bringing equivalence to the bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir and the breaking up of Pakistan to form Bangladesh.

The grand old party of India- Indian National Congress seems to have not learnt its lessons despite its humiliating loss in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. With such irresponsible statements against the country and its decorated officers, the Congress party will go down as a political party which stood against its own country.

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