Indian BJP government gets a blow from within over pursuing blind law in Occupied Kashmir
NEW DELHI - The Indian National Congress has said that BJP government is pursuing blind law in Occupied Kashmir which caused a lot of harm to the country and its Constitution.
In a statement, Congress leader, Ghulam Nabi Azad expressed fear that if the ruling dispensation wished, there could be a Kashmir-like situation in any part of India .
He said this is probably the first time in the world, not just in India , that a law is framed where people of the territory are detained for over a month and cut off from the rest of the world.
He said, there is no telephone or Internet facility, people are not allowed to meet each other and leaders who are outside Kashmir are not allowed to visit their home.
Meanwhile, Congress spokesperson, Manish Tewari, termed the situation in Jammu and Kashmir as “strange and scary”.
He said that all the political people in Kashmir have been either arrested or detained.