Amit Shah bluntly in Baramulla – there will be no talk with Pakistan
Home Minister Amit Shah is addressing mega public rally in Baramulla, Jammu and Kashmir. During this, while referring to Pakistan in his address, he said in clear words that no talk of any kind will be done with Pakistan.
Apart from this, while talking about his program, he said that, when the plan was made to hold rally here, some people said who would come here to listen to the Baramulla program. I want to tell them today that in this program thousands of people in this beautiful valley of Kashmir are present here to listen to the story of development and support PM Narendra Modi.
Amit Shah expressed great pride and said that the area which was earlier terrorist hotspot, is now tourism hotspot. Growing tourism in Jammu and Kashmir has given employment to many youths here. Praising PM Modi, the Home Minister said, “For the last 70 years Mufti and Co, Abdullah’s son were in power here but did not provide housing for 1 lakh homeless people.” Modi ji gave houses to these 1 lakh people between 2014-2022.
Big words of Amit Shah
- Home Minister said, Modi ji’s model of governance brings development and employment. Whereas the Gupkar model presents stones and guns in the hands of the youth. There is huge difference between Modi’s model and Gupkar’s model.
- Amit Shah further said, as soon as the work of preparing the voter list is completed, elections will be held in Jammu and Kashmir with complete transparency.
- Amit Shah said, few days ago I had read tweet by Mehbooba Mufti that if you are coming Home Minister, then give an account of what has been given to Kashmir. I give an account of what we have given to Jammu and Kashmir, but for decades three families ruled Jammu and Kashmir, what they have given, what they have given.
- He said, PM Modi has done the first work in Jammu and Kashmir to take Jamhooriyat to the villages. Earlier the definition of Jamhooriyat in Kashmir was three families, 87 MLAs and 6 MPs.
- After August 5, PM Modi has done the work of taking Jamhooriyat to the land, to the village in Jammu and Kashmir. Today more than 30 thousand people are leading Panchayats, Tehsil Panchayats in the Valley and Jammu and Kashmir.