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50 % Congress men unaware of Article 270, Kashmir is slipping from our hands: Digvijaya Singh
15th November 2019
Bhopal, November 15, 2019 (Ataullah Faizan): Congress seems confused on whether to support or oppose the removal of Article 370 from the Central Government. On Thursday, former Madhya Pradesh CM Digvijay Singh took on Congressmen who supported the removal of Article 370. He said that more than half of the Congressmen do not know that Article 370 is? In a program organized on the birth anniversary of former PM Jawaharlal Nehru, Digvijaya said, “More than half of Congressmen do not know what 370 is. They say that the central government did a good job, what did it do well? He said that Kashmir is slipping from our hands. If we want Kashmir, then Kashmiris have to be taken along. Veteran leader of Madhya Pradesh, Jyotiraditya Scindia, considered a rival of Digvijay Singh, supported this decision of the Central Government. Apart from this, former PM Manmohan Singh also said that when the bill to remove 370 came into Parliament, we supported it, but opposed the manner of removal. Not only this, young leaders like Deepender Singh Hooda of Haryana and former Mumbai Congress President Milind Deora also supported the Central Government on this decision. Appeal on Rafael failed in SC, now Rahul raises demand for JPC Apart from this, Digvijay Singh asked the RSS and BJP on the Sabarimala issue that they should accept the Supreme Court’s decision on Ayodhya as well. He said this regarding the handing over of Sabarimala and many other religious matters to the 7-member constitutional bench. Regarding Ayodhya, the senior Congress leader said that we have always been saying that such disputes should be decided by the Supreme Court. Apologists question Rafael: Shah He said, ‘I am happy that the Supreme Court’s decision on Ayodhya has been accepted by all the parties. BJP and RSS should accept it. He should also consider Sabarimala’s decision as if he welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision on Ayodhya. Along with this, the former CM also accused the current government of tampering with history and distorting the image of freedom heroes.