The move comes in the wake of a strike called by separatists against the killing of four civilians in clashes with the security forces
New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh today squarely blamed Pakistan for continuous efforts to destabilize Jammu and Kashmir and said even the "stone pelting" exercises resorted by youth in that state has Pakistani connection.
"My appeal to the youth of Jammu and Kashmir is that they should not be misguided by Pakistan and
elements in Pakistan," Singh said in the Lok Sabha during Zero Hour.
Responding to the issues of security situations in Jammu and Kashmir raised by Trinamool Congress
Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference chairmen Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Mirwaiz Moulvi Omar Farooq remained under house arrest while restrictions continued on about half-a-dozen other separatist leaders to prevent them from attending Pakistan Day in Delhi today.
Meanwhile, National Front, a constituent of hardline Hurriyat, chairman Nayeem Ahmad Khan, who was yesterday arrested at Srinagar International Airport when he was leaving for New Delhi to attend the day in Pakistan Embassy, remained lodged in Raj Bagh police station.
New Delhi: BJP today came out in strong defence of Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, who is under criticism from the Opposition, specially the Congress for making a "strong" statement regarding Kashm
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