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Yashwant Sinha: If elected, I will appeal for a permanent solution to the Kashmir issue


Bright Times News: In the battle of Raisina Hills, this time the topic is heaven. If I’m elected, I’ll ask the Central Government to find a long-term solution to the Kashmir problem. Yashwant Sinha said something very important while running for office in the Valley.

He also mentioned two former chief ministers Farooq Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti as the biggest patriots. New speculation has started in the political arena with the remarks of the Presidential Candidate of the Opposition 9 days before the vote. However, he did not elaborate on what he meant by a lasting solution to the Kashmir issue.

Yashwant Sinha went to Srinagar to campaign on Saturday. If elected, he declared, “I will make the Kashmir issue my top priority.” I will appeal to the Center for all possible steps for a lasting solution to the problem of the valley. ” Yashwant also assured that he would appeal to the Narendra Modi Government to restore peace, justice, democracy as well as normalcy to the earth by overcoming all adversities.

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In addition, the former Union Minister praised Farooq Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti. Sitting next to two former chief ministers of Jammu and Kashmir, Vajpayee once told a cabinet member, “There is no one more patriotic than Mr. Farooq and Mr. Mehbooba Ji.

If they are not patriots, then no one should make any claim about patriotism. ” On Friday, Yashwant went to campaign in the Gujarat Assembly (Gujrat Assembly). There, he said, “Nupur Sharma’s remarks or the killings in Udaipur and Amravati – everything happened according to plan.

This communal incitement is being given to get votes. The situation was not so bad even during the Emergency. The politics of division is being carried out in the country. ” The very next day, standing in Srinagar, the assurance of a lasting solution to the Kashmir issue was heard from the opposition presidential candidate. However, the Gerua camp is reluctant to take Yashwant’s remarks seriously.

The term of the current President Ram Nath Kovind ends on July 24. The election of his successor will be on the 18th of this month. 4,609 MPs and MLAs will cast their votes on that day. Counting of votes on July 21. The 16th President of the country will take oath in just 4 days.

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