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Jammu, April 02: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday blamed India’s first Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru for implementing Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir that created barriers between the erstwhile state and the rest of the country , and credited Prime Minister Narendra Modi for undoing this law on August 5, 2019.
Kashmir’s transformation since abrogation of Article 370 in august 5, 2019 , from a terrorism hub to the tourism epicenter in the country , which also brought a real-time life back to the people in the erstwhile state , Now divided into two union territories of Ladakh and J&K, is counted as one of the biggest achievements of the 10 years of Modi rule in the country.
The abolition of Article 370 and construction of Ram Temple are two main issues that the Central Government is using as an accomplishment that had not been possible during Congress rule .
Amit Shah , while addressing a rally in Rajasthan on Monday , yet again reflected on the abolition of Article 370, and said that this has brought an end to the era of bombs and bullets in J&K.
Shah said during Congress-led UPA Government headed by Manmohan Singh, every other day there used to be blasts. The terrorists would come and trigger explosions as there was no check on them.
“When Narendra Modi Government came to power, they (the terrorists) thought they can do it again. They did mistake by causing terror attacks at Uri and Pulwama and targeting Army and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) but they didn’t know that there was Narendra Modi Government now in India,” he said.