Targeted killings in Kashmir: Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury asks for an all-party meeting

Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, a Congress politician, has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to organize an all-party conference to discuss dealing with targeted murders in Kashmir. “I urge PM Narendra Modi put your ego aside and organize an all-party conference and receive ideas from everyone as to what actions need to be done,” Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury told ANI on Tuesday. “These terrorists spare neither Hindus nor Muslims. However, the targeted assassinations have taken a tragic turn in recent days. The BJP never missed an occasion to criticize our leaders and us during the Congress’ control.

These two courageous and powerful men are now in charge of the nation, and all they did was repeal Article 370 and declared Kashmir free of terrorism. However, assassinations and terrorism are still taking place in Kashmir today.

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This does not seem to be coming to an end. As a result, the promises made to the public are false. The flight of Hindus from Kashmir has begun once again, and non-Kashmiris are being slaughtered. This incident exemplifies the Modi government’s failure, “Congress’s leader stated.

In Kashmir, there have been targeted murders of innocent civilians, including members of the Kashmiri Pandit group, civilians, and government officials. When questioned about the Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi being summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in the National Herald case, he responded, “Sonia Gandhi is a sherni (tigress). Our sherni is not afraid of you, Modi Ji. Bring everything A, B, C, D till Y, Z, not just ED. We’re not afraid.”

Chowdhury also requested that banned BJP spokesman Nupur Sharma be held accountable for her inflammatory remarks, which prompted criticism from Islamic countries throughout the globe.

If such “rhetoric” is permitted in India, he claims, it would only “tarnish” the country’s image. According to Chowdhury, “Those guilty for ruining the country’s image should face severe consequences. Make no excuses in an attempt to preserve them. If such talk is tolerated in India, it will ruin our reputation.”

He said that India respects all faiths, which distinguishes it from other nations. Chowdhury made a jab at Prime Minister Modi for his silence on the issue, saying, “Why hasn’t Prime Minister Modi spoken something about this? His Twitter account, which he calls “hypersonic,” is constantly busy. So, why is there quiet on this issue while other nations criticize it? ”

Gulf nations reacted angrily to the BJP leader’s statement. India has said that people who make offensive statements toward minorities have been harshly reprimanded.