Era of 1990 back in Kashmir, Kejriwal slams Centre over targeted killings

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal slammed the Centre over the targeted killings in Kashmir valley.

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New Delhi, June 5: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday slammed the Centre over the targeted killings in Kashmir valley. And said the BJP- led government has failed to stop the killings and doing “dirty ” politics over it.

Kejriwal was speaking at a protest (Jan Aakrosh Rally) held by the AAP at Jantar Mantar in the national capital. Against the Centre amid a spurt in targeted killings in Jammu and Kashmir.
“The era of 1990 has come again in the valley” he said.

Kejriwal also put fourth four demands to the Centre over the targeted killings in the Valley. Which includes, an action plan to stop such incidents. Cancel bonds signed with Kashmiri Pandits that says they cannot work outside Kashmir, fulfill the demands of Kashmiri Pandits. And provide them security.
Kejriwal said. “Whenever there is a murder in the Valley, the home minister has called a high-level meeting. Enough of these meetings, now we need action, Kashmir wants action.”

Addressing the rally, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said. “This period will be counted as the worst period in the history of Kashmir. BJP has completely failed to stop target killing. Panic and terror have spread across Kashmir.”

At the AAP rally in Jantar Mantar, MP Sanjay Singh said in the 1990s a BJP-backed government was in power and now the Narendra Modi government is in power with a full majority when Kashmiri Pandits are being “forced” to leave the Valley.

“The Prime Minister, Home Minister, all the Union Ministers and MPs of the country were shedding crocodile tears in the name of Kashmir Files film.

Today Kashmiri Pandits are being massacred. So I am asking the Prime Minister where are your MPs and MLAs”. He added.

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