Administration Again Showed Red Signal To Rahul Gandhi, Said- No Need To Come To Kashmir
Congress MP Rahul Gandhi will go to Jammu Kashmir for the first time after removing Section 370
The statement of Jammu and Kashmir administration has come amid reports of former Congress President Rahul Gandhi going to Srinagar on Saturday. Jammu and Kashmir administration has said that opposition leaders should not come to Kashmir and cooperate.
The administration tweeted that there will be inconvenience due to the visit of the leaders. We are engaged in protecting people from terrorists. The administration said that the leaders must also be violating those restrictions, which are still in many areas. Senior leaders should understand that top priority will be given to maintain peace, order and prevent harm.
In fact, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi will visit Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir tomorrow. Along with Rahul, 9 opposition party leaders will also go to Srinagar. After the removal of Article 370 from Jammu Kashmir, Rahul Gandhi will leave for Jammu Kashmir for the first time.
During this time, all the leaders including Rahul will take stock of the situation there and will meet people besides local leaders. The leaders of the opposition party include Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, Ghulam Nabi Azad, CPI’s D Raja, CPI (M) Sitaram Yechury, DM Reti Siva, NCP’s Majid Memon, RJD’s Manoj Jha.
Earlier, Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Satyapal Malik had invited Rahul Gandhi to visit Kashmir. After which Rahul Gandhi is going to Srinagar tomorrow. Rahul Gandhi responded to the proposal of Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satyapal Malik to call Kashmir.