On compromise if Pakistan continues to attack integrity of India

Jammu: The central government’s Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said that India is not going to make compromise with those people indulging in Kashmir unrest and violence.

Senior union minister Arun Jaitley acknowledging that situation in Kashmir was “serious” and said that those indulging in stone-pelting in Kashmir are “not satyagrahis but aggressors” who target police and security forces but some people with limited vision cannot see this.

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Jaitley who addressed a rally on the outskirts of Jammu city, he also slammed Pakistan for the current unrest, saying it was “attacking the integrity of India” in a “new way” after failing to snatch the state by waging wars and fuelling trouble ever since partition in 1947.

The Minister of Finance Jaitley said, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has three priorities for Jammu and Kashmir.

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Outlining these priorities, he said, “There will be no compromise on the security and integrity of the country and no compromise with the people who indulge in violence.

“Secondly, as Jammu and Kashmir has faced violence and wars, it needs development which was denied for past 60 years by National Conference and Congress governments. Thirdly, Jammu, being the support base of BJP, needs added attention.”


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