Identity politics: Gorkhaland is to Mamata what Kashmir is to Modi

Identity politics: Gorkhaland is to Mamata what Kashmir is to Modi

Darjeeling swirled for almost two weeks. Since June 8, the resort town in the West Bengal Hills has seen battles clustered between demonstrators and security forces, while Gorkha Janmukti Morcha, the region’s large Gorkha party, has relaunched its request for a separate state of Nepal. The region – which depends on tourism – has seen visitors away and an almost complete stop.

With the economy of Bengal north injured and the public order situation in a mess, the Indian army had to be called in to help the state police. Conventionally, you might think that this conflagration could end up hurting the Trinamool Congress, which is in power in the state. However, ethnic policy in northern Bengal is not so simple. Despite the violence, Gorkhaland’s turmoil could actually end up helping the Congress politically Trinamool, helping to further push their Bengali identity program.
Mamata Banerjee has recently used a Bengali identity to counter the display of Hindu nationalism by the Bharatiya Janata Party as he made incursions into West Bengal. Trinamool has designed a status symbol and is composing a state song, purportedly to affirm Bengali culture and mark the state as part of northern India, according to a report in the Indian Express.

Minister attacked the BJP for “foreign culture imported” in West Bengal. “People love Lord Shiva, the goddess Durga and Kali and others for centuries. This is a party that wants us to worship a particular god,” he said, referring to the BJP’s efforts to organize massive Ram Navami marches. While the BJP has used the Ram symbol efficiently in northern India, there is a god worshiped among Hindu Bengali – a point that Banerjee was trying to use in his favor to stir up the pot of Bengali identity.

However, his movement conducted a broader study of obligatory Bengali in the state, imitating the linguistic nationalism of southern India, where such laws have already been adopted. It is this movement that infuriated the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha in the mountainous regions of the state, which provoked violent protests, while the Mamata Banerjee cabinet met in Darjeeling June 8 (although this time, Banerjee had announced that the Bengali rule does not apply To the hills). The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha complained that the hill people of Nepal speak of the state were submerged by Bengali politicians – the Party sued as Banerjee celebrates the birthday of Subhash Chandra Bose in Darjeeling.

This is not the first time that the Benghazi ethnic tensions have been a catalyst for Gorkhaland. While the hills are dominated by the Nepal Gorkha, as the Himalayas give the Dooars plains, the population is ethnically fragmented with a large number of Bengalis and Adivasis added to the mix. In 2007, for example, the city of Siliguri, located in the Dooars, saw Gorkha Bengali riots. However, most versions of a future state of this Gorkhaland region include, although Gorkha is a minority here.

Along with all this, across the state, the idea of dividing West Bengal is a political charge idea that generates a lot of excitement.

Decades before there was a World Yoga Day, this is how BKS Iyengar won India over with his yoga

Decades before there was a World Yoga Day, this is how BKS Iyengar won India over with his yoga

Iyengar was an anomaly in the city of Maharashtra. It was distinguished by its strong Dravidian characteristics of its southern vénérage of India (dhoti) and its kudumi, much hair at the ankle which means Brahman’s focal point about God. The front of his head shaved, the kudumi like a long ponytail, while behind him.

This ponytail that Maharashtrians wanted to call a Shendi, was a subject of great joy, especially among the youth of Pune. Iyengar took to cover his head with a cap to keep people from mocking him.

To add to the ignominy, people call him crazy when he told them he was a yoga practitioner. But all these problems were minor compared to the prospect of returning to Mysore and the claustrophobic life he had brought there. Pune was allowed to have a new life.

When he first arrived in Pune, he was often asked if a couple conceived if they were doing yoga. Barely eighteen years old and, in her own words, a complete innocent in matters related to sex, she was going to say with confidence: “Yes. Yoga will help you if it is practiced regularly for three years.

From 1937 to 40, he stayed at a Rasta Peth hotel near the hippodrome; It was populated by regular farmers. Guests of racing fans who wanted to rely on their intuition are systematically asking for a number between eight and fourteen years.

Iyengar had no idea why they had done it and was too absorbed by life to pay much attention to the strange quirks of the people of the city. I had no idea they are betting on the horse with the number they chose that day. Apparently, he had enough success rates to get them back.

He soon began to receive more suspicious calls from people who wanted him to choose two numbers between 1 and 100. Producers apparently have done their dexterity when choosing the winning horse and now there were people speculating about the opening and closing prices of the Person calling cotton United States cotton every day. Once Iyengar realized that he had been used as a pawn to make money, he stopped to force them. He would find many more productive uses of his intuition in his teaching.

Dr. Gokhale had reached an agreement with six schools and Gymkhana Deccan that each institution could, by paying eight rupees fifty countries a month, send ten students selected for classes with Iyengar, allowing him to earn sixty rupees month.

The classes are held in Deccan Gymkhana club and there were ten students in total. None of those who had registered were from the Deccan Gymkhana Club. After six months, schools, saying there was not enough interest among the students, have canceled their contract with Iyengar. Although the students wanted to continue, Iyengar faced the prospect of closing the rookie class.

Fortunately, some friends of Dr. Gokhale participated in helping fund the class for another six months.

Dr. Gokhale has also organized conference events at the Club. With their antagonistic attitude towards yoga and Iyengar, the demonstrations have been pressed in the last ten minutes of the conference. Dr. Gokhale was clear about the division of labor.

Activists claim Tamil Nadu hid a key coastal plan to facilitate Ennore Creek encroachments

Activists claim Tamil Nadu hid a key coastal plan to facilitate Ennore Creek encroachments

In November 2015, Madras received its strongest rainfall in a hundred years, causing a major flood in the city. Activists attributed the intensity of flooding to an illegal construction that has drowned the city’s gutters that are natural opportunities.

Now there is evidence to support their demands. A comparison of the 1996 Coastal Zone Management Plan maps – which defines areas along the coast that can be opened to construction – with current satellite maps shows that the government itself is the biggest delinquent of its own Standards along with the largest estuary in the city, the Ennore Creek.

But that is not all. Coastal activists had initially approached several government authorities to obtain copies of the 1996 plan, but authorities said they had not owned it. After finally getting a copy of the plan, activists accused the government now of removing or concealing the document from approving illegal construction along the creek.

The coastal zone management plan regulates development activity in the area less than 500 meters from the high tide line, a geospatial demarcation highest point reached by the tide along the coast. It is approved by the state. The last official Tamil Nadu plan was developed in 1996.

Although coastal activists have identified violations of various state and central projects along the Ennore stream in the Tiruvallur district, the exact extent of the violations was unknown. This is because the coastal zone management plan for Ennore Creek was not available for public review. In fact, of the 31 cards that make up this plan across the state, only 11 are available online. Coastal activists could not get the other government organizations 20.

In response to a question about the right to information submitted in September 2014, the Tamil Nadu District Coastal Management Authority said that it did not have a copy of the coastal zone management plan for Ennore Creek.

Activists conducted an inspection of the records at the state’s coastal authority office earlier this year, but have not found the plane. Activists said that this meant that the authority had cleared the construction projects along the ravine without consulting the official map of the coastal regulation zone.

This reporter tried to contact the director of the Department of Tamil Nadu by means of telephone, text messages and email request asking the management authorities how coastal the district, which controls did not have a copy of the plan approved management of Coastal areas in 1996. No response has been received.

Activists from the Coastal Resource Center, an Engo in Chennai, finally got a copy of the plan from another social activist, Jesu, who works with the coastal communities of Nagapattinam in southern Tamil Nadu. Jesu had filed a right to information petition with the Department of Environment seeking copies of the plane shortly after the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami hit the coast of Tamil Nadu. Taking into account the current satellite image map of Google Earth Ennore Creek with activists found that 1,090 acres of the 8,000-acre protected wetlands along Ennore Creek were invaded by government units and public sector plants.

Activists allege that state authorities have either suppressed or disguised the 1996 plan that illegal construction can go ahead.

The map on the left shows the approved plan for coastal zone management, 1996, while the right card invasion data. (Credit: The Coastal Resources Center).

Dalits in Mumbai’s Ramabai Nagar settlement greet Kovind’s presidential nomination with scepticism

Dalits in Mumbai’s Ramabai Nagar settlement greet Kovind’s presidential nomination with scepticism

The decision of the Bharatiya Janta party Monday in the direction of Bihar Governor Ram Nath Kevin as the presidential candidate has been interpreted by many political analysts as an attempt to win the support of Dalits, a community that has long suspected saffron group.

This impression has gained momentum when it seems likely that the appointment of Kevin, a Dalit Kanpur, may win the support of the two opposition leaders: Party leader Bahujan Samaj and Janata Dal Mayawati (states), leader Nitish Kumar, considered A defender of the poorest Mahadalits. Even when opposition leaders meet June 22 to develop their strategy to counter the BJP, Kumar said he was personally pleased to nominate Kevin.

However, in Ramabai Ambedkar Nagar, a region mainly north-east of Mumbai Dalit, few residents seem overly impressed with the BJP’s decision. It was just another example of the bank’s policy to vote, said Nilesh Barve, who works with a travel company. For entrepreneur Anil Jagdale civil work and mass student Rakesh Patil Kevin was simply “other puppet” minorities “in the hands of a casteist party”.

As of Monday, some residents of Ramabai Ambedkar Nagar had heard of Kevin’s low profile, even though he had previously led the BJP Dalit wing and was the director of Bihar during his candidacy.

“Several political parties use caste identities to fill their banks of votes and this movement is no different,” said Aruna Ahire, a housewife. “And if Ram Nath Kevin comes to power, he invades us again. Although he will be appointed to the top position, it will be a nominal position, nonetheless.”

Ramabai Ambedkar Nagar residents have a reputation for being more politically active than many other Mumbaikars. This reputation is due to a tragedy that occurred in the area on July 11, 1997, when a state of BR Ambedkar, the icon of Dalit who is the architect of the Constitution of India, was desecrated by a chain of shoes. People who protest against this law have been shot by police, which left 11 dead and 26 injured.

When the shooting occurred, the BJP was part of the alliance of state power, with the Shiv Sena. This act of injustice still weighs on many in the neighborhood, as well as other attacks against Dalits in recent years.

“Eleven from the same local Dalits died while in the office the last time the BJP was in power,” said Sudhakar Mais, a retired resident of Ramabai Nagar. Since then, other atrocities have continued, he said, pointing to the suicide of Dalit PhD academic doctor Rohith Vemula at Hyderabad University January 2016 for after a chain of events that began with a Vemula bout and other members of the Ambedkar Students Association entered With the student organization of the BJP, Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad.

“A Dalit nursing student was brutally murdered in Shirdi for the use of a ringtone that praised Ambedkar for more than two years,” he said more. “In this context, the designation of Kevin seems to be that the appeasement of minorities.”

But Deepak Bhosale, a trader, said he was grateful that the Dalits get a repayment representation. It is expected that with a Dalit to become president of India, frequent attacks against the Dalits will stop.

Gorkhaland demand: From street protests to silent rallies, photos capture the mood in Darjeeling

Gorkhaland demand: From street protests to silent rallies, photos capture the mood in Darjeeling

The hills of Darjeeling and Kalimpong in West Bengal have been simmered for almost three weeks.

The riots began in early June after Mamata Banerjee-led the West Bengal government, said the Bengali language is necessarily taught in schools across the state. The measure has found strong resistance in the districts of Darjeeling and Kalimpong, where they live Gorkha language mainly from Nepal.

But the language proposed was only the most recent flashpoint for resentment that had spread over decades and that protests refused to die even after Prime Minister Banerjee has said that the rule does not apply to districts of the hill.

The agitation becomes a widespread movement demanding a separate state of Gorkhaland – a movement that has gained strength in the 1980s and has appeared intermittently since – led by the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha. From June 12, Gorkha Janmukti Morcha, Bimal Gurung, began an indefinite strike in Darjeeling, which entered its ninth day, on Tuesday. The trial brought normal life to a standstill and took tourists out of the hillside.

Several violent incidents have been reported in Darjeeling and Kalimpong in the last two weeks, as protesters have set cars on fire and clashed with security guards. Gorkha Janmukti Morcha alleged that three of his followers were killed after security personnel opened fire on demonstrators on June 17. The state government responded to protests over the increased deployment of the armed and paramilitary forces in the state and The imposition of an Internet shutdown.

The movement for the creation of Gorkhaland peaked between 1986 and 1988 under the Gorkhaland National Liberation Front, led by Subhash Ghising, and according to various estimates, more than 1 000 people died during riots and police repression.

“He was eight years old when the uniformed combat people came to our door, suddenly we heard a shot, he ran to see my father lying in a pool of blood, gasping,” A Mukhia said Nereo, whose father David Mukhia died in 1986. “Whatever benefits or facilities the government gives, the wound is still there and will be replaced once we have our land.” Although the government makes us a boring year at this time, agitation will strengthen day by day … I believe that people who are in the vanguard give up under no circumstances.

Prabhat Ghisingh, a Gorkhaland activist, also loses a connection with the 1986 violence.

“I was 10 or 12 when security personnel killed my aunt, an old person,” he said. “He was shot in the head … Now we have reached the state where we are strong with our support for a separate state Gorkhaland.”

Although the violent demonstrations and parliaments between the Center, the State, and the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha have grabbed the headlines, away, several independent and non-violent rallies and marches were also carried out in some parts of Darjeeling and Kalimpong then the movements of the People arise in response to the request of a separate Gorkhaland and the repression of the demonstrators.

Bulging waste-lines killing the Narmada

Bulging waste-lines killing the Narmada

In May of this year, a team of ecologists has traveled along the Narmada River since its origin in Amarkantak in the Anuppur district in the city of Arkansas in the district in Anuppur is Madhya Pradesh, in the Barwani district, in the Mouth of Gujarat in the west. They wanted to take stock of the situation of this ancient river and its environment as part of a high-level state government campaign for Narmada conservation.

What they found was a good reminder of how one of the sacred rivers of India is destroyed. In the 14 districts where they traveled, towns and cities used up untreated sewage and effluent pump industries, as well as deforestation on the surrounding beaches Satpura and Vindhya, dried up 60 of the 101 tributaries that fed the Narmada. The water table has dropped to levels below 300 feet or more from the surrounding area, the garbage piled up in the cities and riverbanks are invaded.
The sand extraction mechanized unrestricted from about 1,100 km long Narmada MP. Several species of fish, including Mahaseer, are in terminal phase due to contamination and destruction of the habitat.

“Even at the source, the Narmada Kund in Amarkantak, we find pipes that discharge sewage into the river and people deféchaient on the opposite shore,” TOI Vinayak Parihar, a member of the team, told TOI. The trip was organized by the Vicar platform Madhya Pradesh small environmental groups and other advocacy groups. Almost none of the urban centers located on the banks of the river has water treatment plants (STP). Jabalpur, the largest city of Narmada, produces 200 million liters of wastewater per day, but only occupies 0.55 MLD. An STP 50 MLD built near the village of Kathauda is not functional.

Along the length, the industrial units are being the discharge of effluent into the river or its tributaries. In Jabalpur, a gelatine factory Lahaina Ghat allows effluents to flow into the river since six mills in Narsinghpur, the industrial belt in Hoshangabad Suhagpur and several dozens large dairies.

The State Pollution Control Board has filed cases against 18 municipal bodies located within 10 km of the Narmada River, including civil organizations Jabalpur, Hoshangabad, Mandla, Dindori, and Bhedaghat.

In addition, on the carpet are five industrial units, including the central government security paper factory, located in Hoshangabad. The team found that small and large tributaries along the entire river were in danger. All are used to carry water all year round for about a decade. Now, almost two-thirds are dry, many lost forever.

“Invasion mining and major sand destroyed the canals while deforestation of the surrounding forests dried up water sources,” Parihar said.

In Hoshangabad, for example, there are only 11 approved sand exploration sites, but the team found that the extraction takes place at 50 sites. At the lower end of the river, as it passes through Khandwa and Dewas, most of the tributaries do not flow when the water backed up Indra Sagar.

Parihar said bright shows involving politicians and movie stars are of little use, as it gives the river a living entity status. Until the government to seriously implement existing laws and involves people in this area, Narmada will continue to die a thousand deaths.

Bengaluru tech firm to female employee: Not responsible for your safety after you log out

Bengaluru tech firm to female employee: Not responsible for your safety after you log out

The murder of Pratibha, a BPO employee December 13, 2005, rocked the entire industry. This tragic incident has brought with it many changes, especially with better security measures implemented by IT / BT and BPO companies.

However, in Bangalore, where the incident took place, it seems that some companies are still trying to save money by not providing their employees working the night shift with pick up and taxi facilities up.
This IDC Technology is located in Hosur

The main road in Madiwala. The company has its global operations centers in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and India.
Manisha Kumari, a technical recruiter, decided to highlight the disastrous attitude of the company’s leaders in the safety of women in the workplace.

After joining this technology company in February, he was told that there would be picking up a facility and taxi deposit for a month and then things would be sorted out. But until today, the company has provided no cabin setup.

In fact, it was said that India Today is only for the last month, but the problem was dragged for 2 years. Initially, the employees were working from 6:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., but when they had complaints they could not move the morning hours they were changed from 7:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Manisha said there were many maids who travel along and this turned out to be a problem and dangerous. So much so that some of them expect their hours to disconnect until dawn before they go by car, bus or taxi.

It is risky and Manisha was faced with three harassing incidents after leaving her career, even though she lives only 4 km from the office.
When she said this, she said, “Once, I was harassed by a taxi driver near the union of the Silk board that was mutilated with me when I left work and another time by two men on a bicycle.
She received no help from the technology company of the

The vice president has made it clear to all that the company is only responsible for them while they are working and not when they connect.

Manisha met today with IT Minister Priyank Kharge, who gave him a patient hearing and assured that action will be taken after filing a written complaint with the department.

Today, he told India that his department wrote to these companies every six months to follow these rules. The minister also promised that “if companies reject these rules, we will act because there are rules for this.”

India Today visited IDC Technologies to deal with him on it. From their initial refusal to respond to these allegations, they said that they had done nothing wrong.

However, their night shift human resource load tried to dodge our questions by saying that negotiations are ongoing with taxi providers to begin this facility.
He added that it was not easy to solve this problem quickly because they have to deal with management and there are also costs. From now on, he said they have discussed and, once the administration approves the budget, taxis can be implemented.

7th Pay Commission: Cabinet meeting to decide on revised allowances for govt employees likely today

7th Pay Commission: Cabinet meeting to decide on revised allowances for govt employees likely today

The long wait of nearly 50 lakh central government employees over the revised reviews could end today. It is expected that the Cabinet of Ministers of Narendra Modi will meet today to make a final appeal to the benefits under the seventh payment commission.

Some reports have suggested that the Modi government could start issuing revised assessments from July.
The Council of Ministers of the Union has accepted the recommendations of the Seventh Commission to pay in June last year and since then has been a long wait for employees to fully benefit from the implementation of the report.
Central government employees, on several occasions, expressed disappointment at the large delay in the deployment of the revised benefits.

Previously, the Union Cabinet had to deal with the issue of compensation, at its last meeting held on June 7
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is likely to table the proposal for the revised allocation structure today’s cabinet meeting.
Among the various allocations, the Cabinet is likely to discuss subsidy houses (HRA), which was a major concern for government employees.

The Seventh Payment Commission has recommended that 53 of the 196 grants as central government employees to do more to merge 36 smaller allocations.

The Seventh Payment Commission also suggests reducing the home rental subsidy rate (HRA) for central government employees in varying degrees, depending on the city. Per Meters, pay table suggested reducing IRH 30% to 24%.

As central government employees protested against recommendations, the Modi government has formed a committee under Finance Secretary Ashok Lavasa in July last year to review the suggestions. Lavasa The group submitted its report to Arun Jaitley on 27 April.

Prior to submitting the review report on Lavasa Group held discussions with all stakeholders, including representatives of central government employees and various ministries.

A statement from the finance ministry on the Lavasa report said that “changes have been proposed in certain benefits that apply universally to all central government employees and other subsidies that apply to specific categories of employees.”

The Ashok Lavasa report was sent to the Ministry of Expenditure for the first round of examination before being placed before the Committee of Secretaries (COS-E) for another round of testing.

Before the E-State has submitted its report to the Office of the Union, representatives of central government employees have written to the Cabinet Secretary PK Sinha and said they do not have the impression that the recommendations of the Committee of allocations Ashok Lavasa. They also expressed their anxiety about an excessive delay in the implementation of the Lavasa Group report.

After conducting the Ashok Lavasa examination report on compensation, the Committee of Authorized Secretaries (COS-E) transmits the report with its suggestions to the government after a meeting on 1 June.
If reports are to be believed, central government employees are likely to start receiving revised benefits as part of the Seventh Payment Commission as of July.

However, the central government may not want to grant arrears, one of the main demands of employees. According to reports, employee unions have planned protests if delays in demand payments are not respected.

Apologise To Woman Collector, Telangana Chief Minister Reprimands Lawmaker

Apologise To Woman Collector, Telangana Chief Minister Reprimands Lawmaker

Apologise To Woman Collector, Telangana Chief Minister Reprimands Lawmaker

Hyderabad: Telangana Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao expressed anger and anxiety about the alleged “eruptive behavior” of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi MP of Mahabubabad, Shankar Naik, regarding a female district collector in a formal event.

While the MP denied any fault on his part and said he respected the collector and apologized to her, the officer declined to comment on the whole episode.

A statement issued by the office of M. Rao said: “Prime Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao expressed his anger against the eruptive behavior of Mahabubabad MP Shankar Naik to the district collector.

He found the MLA for his misconduct. The CM expressed his regret and anguish about the incident. ”
Rao asked the legislators of his party to personally meet the collector and to file an unconditional apology, according to the statement.

“The CM has informed the MLA that if they do not change their behavior, they would be suspended from the party,” he said.

Rao asked Minister Kadiam Srihari and TRS MP Sitaram Naik, “to speak to the collector and to resolve the matter on behalf of the government and the TRS.” The CM said that such incidents should not be reproduced, “the statement said.

Hyderabad: Telangana Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao expressed anger and anxiety about the alleged “eruptive behavior” of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi MP of Mahabubabad, Shankar Naik, regarding a female district collector in a formal event.

While the MP denied any fault on his part and said he respected the collector and apologized to her, the officer declined to comment on the whole episode.

A statement issued by the office of M. Rao said: “Prime Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao expressed his anger against the eruptive behavior of Mahabubabad MP Shankar Naik to the district collector.

He found the MLA for his misconduct. The CM expressed his regret and anguish about the incident. ”
Rao asked the legislators of his party to personally meet the collector and to file an unconditional apology, according to the statement.

“The CM has informed the MLA that if they do not change their behavior, they would be suspended from the party,” he said.

Rao asked Minister Kadiam Srihari and TRS MP Sitaram Naik, “to speak to the collector and to resolve the matter on behalf of the government and the TRS.” The CM said that such incidents should not be reproduced, “the statement said.

After Rahul Gandhi hits PM over Amarnath attack, BJP says Nehru family responsible for situation in Valley

After Rahul Gandhi hits PM over Amarnath attack, BJP says Nehru family responsible for situation in Valley

After Rahul Gandhi hits PM over Amarnath attack, BJP says Nehru family responsible for situation in Valley

New Delhi: Vice-President of Congress, Rahul Gandhi, criticized authorities Prime Minister Narendra Modi to create space for terrorists in Kashmir. The BJP said Wednesday that the Nehru family was solely responsible for the state’s situation.

“What personal benefit can be drawn from the blood, but it shows that the immature mind that does not know the history of its own family, because if someone is singularly responsible for the mess in which we look at Jammu Kashmir is the Nehru family,” Said Bharatiya spokesman Janata Party reporters Meenakshi Lekhi.

She responded to Rahul Gandhi’s voice to Modi through a tweet in which he questioned the latter’s policy and his quest for “short-term political gain,” he said, “created a space for terrorists” in the valley and India costs strategically.

“Not only since 1947, even after that, everything that happened in Kashmir, if a person is at fault, is Nehru himself and Congressional politics and Islamist terrorism” jihad “that occurred in the decade of 1990, I think it would do well to get a proper wheel from his staff, “said Mr. Lekhi.

Echoing Lekhi, Union Minister Smriti Irani said the challenges surrounding Kashmir were a legacy of the Nehru-Gandhi family.

“After leaving the strategic party and well-known, Gandhi chose to attack the prime minister, especially when the whole nation is united against terrorism,” he said.

Achieve the leader of Congress, Irani said that Gandhi talks about personal gains and that everyone knows in the country.

“History has shown that, in terms of Kashmir challenges, these challenges are accorded the courtesy of the Nehru-Gandhi family countries. There are some questions to be answered.

Leader Mani Shanker Aiyar of Congress went to Pakistan and asked for help to eliminate Narendra Modi and his government to Congress to return to power. Is it the strategy for the personal benefit of Rahul Gandhi or political strategy? “Said Irani.

In a series of tweets, Gandhi mimicked the Prime Minister’s style describing his achievements in mathematical equations and said that growing terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir was a fallout from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alliance with the Democratic Peoples Party PDP) of the state government.

“The short-term political gain for the Modi PDP alliance has cost India massively. Modi’s personal gain = strategic loss of India + the sacrifice of an innocent Indian blood.”

With the hashtag AmarnathTerrorAttack, the head of Congress attacked the prime minister in escalating terrorist incidents in Kashmir.

The BJP on Tuesday urged Gandhi to “embark on the occasion” and not play politics on the terrorist attack Amarnath.

“You (Rahul Gandhi) will have enough opportunities to do politics, but please have the opportunity today. You represent a party that has a long tradition.

I would like to look at the pages of the history of your own party and how there was unanimity on these occasions, “said Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.

He said the resolution of the Modi government is firm and that the terrorists responsible for the attack will go.

“Today is the occasion when the country needs to speak with one voice,” he said, adding that the whole nation “rises in a revolt” against the attack.