Published On : Wed, Aug 10th, 2016

Speak about Kashmir in Parliament not in MP, Cong urges PM

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New Delhi: Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha, Ghulam Nabi Azad initiates the debate on Kashmir which is on its 33rd day of curfew. Azad says the PM should speak on Kashmir in Parliament  and not in Madhya Pradesh.

PM Narendra Modi, on Tuesday finally broke his silence over the Kashmir issue. Evoking the Vajpayee model of ‘insaniyat’, the prime minister appealed for peace in Jammu and Kashmir, at a rally in Madhya Pradesh’s Alirajpur district. In his speech, Modi made a direct appeal to the youngsters of Kashmir, saying that those who should be holding laptops, bats, balls in their hands and dreams in their hearts are the ones carrying stones.

Five hours have been allotted for the debate.