Chidambaram comments on BJP – On Wednesday night, the BJP organized a reception at the headquarters to mark the success of the G20. The Anantnag tragedy happened early in the day.
One police officer, two Army officials, and one rifleman were killed during the operation in Anantnag on Wednesday. Several Congress politicians lashed out against the BJP’s celebration of India’s G-20 victory in New Delhi on the same day. It seems that the administration expects people to die in “defense of its muddle-headed policy in Kashmir,” the Congress leader P Chidambaram said, adding that the government’s actions in Kashmir have raised the stakes. “In Kashmir, four people—a rifleman, a DSP, a Colonel, and a Major—died on September 13th. – Chidambaram comments on BJP
The BJP, which is currently in power, does not halt for even a little moment to honor the martyrs. It appears as though the government anticipates casualties in order to defend its confusing Kashmiri policy. Peace won’t come to Kashmir as long as the people of Kashmir feel betrayed and alienated, Chidambaram tweeted.
Anantnag activities have sparked a verbal spat between Farooq Abdullah’s family and political opponents.
The operation on Wednesday resulted in the deaths of Colonel Manpreet Singh, Major Ashish Dhonchak, Deputy Superintendent of Police Humayun Bhat, and rifleman Ravi Kumar. Farooq Abdullah, the head of the National Conference, claimed that although the government claimed that there had been a decline in terror occurrences in the Valley, he did not see an end to it as he went to visit Humayun Bhat’s home.
Rajeev Chandrasekhar, a Union minister, responded to Farooq Abdullah’s statement by saying that Farooq Abdullah and his family are to blame because they governed the Valley for many years. “Farooq Abdullah and his family have misgoverned Jammu and Kashmir for a very long time. Rajeev Chandrasekhar stated that their politics were mostly to blame for the decades of poverty and suffering that the people of J&K had endured due to a lack of rights, opportunity, and the scourge of terrorism.