National Safety Day 2021

Senior BJP leader Ram Madhav has said leaders who have been placed under house arrest in Jammu and Kashmir after abrogation of Article 370 by the Centre, will be released soon and they can resume their normal political activity.

Speaking at ‘Jana Jagaran Sabha’ on the Centre’s decision to raise special status of J&K granted under Article 370 on Friday, the BJP general secretary said once Governors rule is lifted and legislature takes over, constitutional institutions such as Commissions for SC, Women and Minorities will be set up in the region.

Describing Article 370 as cancer for the past 70 years he said Prime Minister Narendra Modi removed it in just 70 hours.

“There is this propaganda that you have arrested thousands of people in J&K. Let me tell you today that those 200 plus leaders are in preventive detention. Preventive detention is a normal law and order arrangement. It doesn’t add up to human rights violation. Preventive detention in five star hotels with good facilities with TVs and books and all those things, is a temporary measure to ensure law and order in the state,” Madhav said.

The state was largely quiet barring a few incidents with 200 people in jail, he claimed.

“Now you can imagine how effective this preventive detention is. Please don’t mistake me that these people will be jail forever.

No. Very soon they will have their freedom. We want normal political

According to him, no international community will come and inspect Kashmir based on the false propaganda that there is large scale human rights violation in the valley.

Madhav said no private investment had come to J&K during the past few decades because of Article 370 which prohibits private persons or entities from owning land.

Calling Pakistan an “epicenter” of terror, the BJP leader claimed that the US will be more friendlier with India than Pakistan keeping in view the huge trade between it and India.


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