India's ruling BJP has some notorious plan for Azad Kashmir
NEW DELHI - India's ruling BJP has some notorious plan for Azad Kashmir, reveals the top leadership.
More than two months after India revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir, the ruling nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is hopeful its development agenda will bring back peace to the restive state.
In an exclusive interview with Sputnik, BJP’s National General Secretary has talked about India's unfinished agenda, about the integration of Pakistan-administered Kashmir, and the repatriation of Hindus forced to migrate from the Kashmir Valley to other parts of the state and beyond.
*Ram Madhav was asked in exclusive interview by Sputnik, you have been involved in Kashmir affairs since the beginning. Kashmir is discussed on every platform at the local to international level, multilateral levels. Is this focus by the entire world making the government a bit cautious about its move to restore normalcy there?*
*Ram Madhav replied *Jammu and Kashmir is a legal part of India. Recently we amended a law, which was specific to the state. Pakistan tried to internationalise the issue. We have been able to convey to the world community that it is an internal matter of India and within the sovereign power of the country.
We are conscious of the negative propaganda our neighbour is trying to unleash. Whatever we have done in Kashmir is keeping the interests of ordinary Kashmiris in mind.