Are Internet Bans More Dangerous Than People’s Lives? Jaishankar said on the abolition of Article 370

On the question of misrepresentation of the Kashmir issue in the US capital Washington DC, External Affairs Minister Jaishankar said that if a terrorist incident happens, it does not matter which religion the person died.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar

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foreign Minister S Jaishankarcurrently in the United States, yesterday in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday Section 370 Spoke openly on the issue of elimination, and slammed the US media for biased reporting. He said that the temporary provision has now been done away with. Also, in law and order situation internet services down Criticizing those who criticize it, what can I say if you have reached a level where you say shutting down the internet is more dangerous than the loss of human life.

External Affairs Minister Dr. S Jaishankar on criticism for scrapping of special status from Jammu and Kashmir: If you look at the issue of Article 370, this temporary provision of the Constitution has finally been scrapped. . It was called the work of the majoritarian people, now tell me what was happening in Kashmir was it not the majority?” He further said, “I think facts are bent… what is right and what is wrong is debated. This is really politics at work.”

In 2019, this section ended on August 5

It has been three years now that the National Democratic Alliance (NDA)-led central government abolished the provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution, in which special status was given to Jammu and Kashmir. On August 5, 2019, the Central Government, taking an unexpected decision, abolished the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcated it into two Union Territories (Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh).

The government then termed the decision as a “historic” step and called it the right step towards “uniting and unifying” India. The law and order situation in Jammu and Kashmir, bordering Pakistan, has often been a matter of concern, due to which it also affects internet services.

‘Parisal attitude of US media’

On the question of misrepresentation of the Kashmir issue in the US capital Washington DC, the External Affairs Minister said that if a terrorist incident happens, it does not matter which religion the person died. He said, “Whether Indian soldiers or Indian police personnel are kidnapped, whether government employees or civilians going to their work are killed? When have you heard people talking about this, criticizing it… rather look at the media reports. What is shown and what is not shown in the media?”

The Washington Post is the US national daily paper published in Washington DC and is owned by Jeff Bezos of Amazon. Responding to a question on the strength of anti-India forces, Jaishankar said, “My point is that some people are prejudiced…they try to decide decisions…and as India starts taking its own decisions, this The kind of people who see themselves in the role of mentors, their thoughts will come out.” He also said that such groups “are not winning in India.”

Meanwhile, Jaishankar is holding frequent meetings in America. He shared photos of his meeting with US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Twitter. He described the meeting with the Defense Minister as pleasant. He tweeted, “Defence and security cooperation is currently an important pillar of the India-US partnership. We have made steady progress in policy exchange, interoperability, defense trade, service exercises and military-industrial cooperation.

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