Jammu: Criticising Gandhis, Abdullahs and Muftis, the Home Minister of India Amit Shah on Friday accused the three families of being responsible for the killing of 42,000 people in JK from 1947 to 2014.
He said successful G-20 in Srinagar was a grand success and all the participants have gone back to their respective countries with the message of peace.
Addressing a massive gathering at Bagwati Nagar Rally Ground in Jammu, Shah said that gone are the days, when three families would rule and ruin JK, KNO reported.
“From 1947 to 2014, 42000 people were killed in JK, who was ruling during this period. Three families —Gandhis, Abdullahs and Muftis,” he said.
On BJP ideologue, Shayma Prassad Mukherji’s death anniversary, Shah said that Mukherji was “illegally arrested” in 1953 for entering into JK without a permit.
“Why need a permit for entering one’s own country. He was jailed and later assassinated,” Shah said.
Shah said Mukherji was the first to oppose the inclusion of Article 370 into the Indian constitution on the pretext that “one nation can’t have two flags, two constitutions and two heads.” “On August 5, 2019, Modi fulfilled the vision of Mukherji, to scrap the special status,” Shah said.
He said Jammu is touching new heights of development and today multi-crore projects were inaugurated in the city. Shah said that BJP tightened noose on militancy and today “militancy is on the death bed.”