Mehbooba blames China for Kashmir unrest, questions why neighbouring country hasn’t condemned Amarnath attack

Updated On : 15 Jul , 2017 , 10:53 PM
Mehbooba questions why China hasn’t condemned Amarnath attack (File photo)
Mehbooba questions why China hasn’t condemned Amarnath attack (File photo)
New Delhi:

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday said that all countries have condemned Amarnath terror attack but it is surprising that we didn’t hear anything from China.

“The way they (China) should condemn the cross border terrorism, it hasn't been done by China,” said Mufti.

Speaking on situation in J&K, Mufti said that situation in the state is not of law and order, external dimensions are there where the neighbouring country gets involved and it is internal too.

Earlier in the day, Mufti met Home Minister Rajnath Singh at his residence in Delhi to discuss the issue of terrorism in Kashmir valley and terror attacks on pilgrims of Amarnath Yatra.

Speaking to media Mufti said that 'outside' forces are responsible for using Kashmir to spread communal riots in India.

Mufti also raises concern over China’s role in Kashmir valley and said that China is responsible for the turmoil in the state. J&K CM also said that steps will be taken to stop Pakistan’s terror funding activities.

J&K CM also said that all political parties of the country are united to provide solution to Kashmir problem.

On article 270 of the Indian Constitution, Mufti said that article 370 is associate with sentiments of people of Kashmir. 

First Published : Saturday, July 15, 2017 10:48 PM
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