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Modi’s policies created space for terrorists in Kashmir: Rahul Gandhi

Rahul GandhiNEW DELHI: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s quest for “short term political gain” has “created space for terrorists in Kashmir”, leading to incidents like the terror attack on Amarnath pilgrims, which left seven people dead. The Congress leader then tellingly used a formula, the kind PM Modi favours to describe things, to talk about the fallout of Modi’s BJP allying with the PDP in Kashmir to form the state government there. In his third tweet, Rahul is likely referring to the India-China border standoff in Sikkim, when he talks about “India’s strategic loss”, after the attack, Rahul said the PM “needs to accept responsibility” for the attack on the pilgrims. The Congress leader has taken to Twitter a lot lately to criticise Modi. Last week, he called the PM “weak”, for accepting the US referring to Kashmir as “Indian-administered Kashmir” and for not bringing up the contentious H-1B visa issue. n its statement on June 26, designating Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) chief Syed Salahuddin a ” global terrorist “, the US referred to the northern state as “Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir”. The Centre defended the US’s use of the term saying it only affirmed India’s position that Salahuddin is involved in “cross-border” terrorism.

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