In occupied Kashmir, Narendra Modi-led communal government in New Delhi is not even allowing Indian people to visit the territory and have the first-hand information about the prevailing grim situation.
High drama unfolded at Srinagar airport on Tuesday as the Modi government stopped former BJP leader Yashwant Sinha, Air Marshal (retd) Kapil Kak, and social activist, Sushoba Bhave, disallowed them to enter Srinagar city and sent them back to New Delhi.
Speaking to Indian media he said that, he was asked not to leave the Srinagar airport by the authorities there as he was a threat to peace. “When I landed, I was told that I could not leave Srinagar airport and venture in the Kashmir. The authorities told me I cannot leave the Srinagar airport as I am a threat to peace,” Yashwant Sinha said.
The former BJP leader took a jibe at Modi government and said “I wanted to say hello to my friends and burst crackers on the streets to celebrate,” he said.
Earlier, the Modi government had sent back a delegation of opposition parties from Srinagar airport on August 24. The delegation was led by Congress leader, Rahul Gandhi and included Ghulam Nabi Azad, D Raja, Sharad Yadav, Manoj Jha and Majeed Memon.
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17 November, 2019