Foreign delegation will visit Kashmir Valley for the first time today after Article 370 was removed. On Monday, the delegation met Prime Minister Modi and NSA Ajit Doval in New Delhi.For the first time a foreign delegation is visiting the kashmir valley after Article 370 was removed from Jammu and Kashmir. Today, a total of 27 MPs from the European Union (EU) will visit Srinagar and other parts of the Valley.
This is the first visit of any foreign delegation after Article 370 is over. Earlier on Monday, the delegation met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval. This tour is taking place at a time when after the abolition of the status of a special state given to Kashmir in America and many other countries, there is a concern about the situation there. This will be the first visit of any foreign party to Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370. The EU branch based in New Delhi has said that ‘it is not its official delegation.
For the first time a foreign delegation is visiting the Valley after the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. On Tuesday, a total of 27 MPs from the European Union (EU) will visit Srinagar and other parts of the Valley where they will meet locals. The purpose of this tour is to know the condition of Kashmir Valley. With other parties in the opposition including Congress besieging the Modi government on the issue.
PM Modi made a clear reference to Pakistan while meeting members of the delegation and said that there is a need to take immediate action against those countries who use terrorism as a state policy. It is believed that Modi has set the ‘tone’ of the team’s visit to Kashmir. Modi hoped that members would be able to get a ‘better understanding’ of the area and a ‘clearer picture’ of the development policies of the government there.
Rahul Gandhi said, “European Union MPs are being welcomed to visit Kashmir while Indian MPs are banned from going there.” Something is going wrong. “Congress spokesperson Anand Sharma alleged,” Laying of red carpet on behalf of the government for EU MPs and inviting them to visit Jammu and Kashmir sovereignty of Parliament and MPs Is an insult to the privilege of.
Former Chief Minister and PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti, under house arrest in Kashmir, also tweeted from the Twitter handle. It is written, “Hopefully, they will get a chance to interact with the people, local media, doctors and members of civil society.” There is a need to remove the iron cover between Kashmir and the world. The Government of India should be made accountable for pushing Jammu and Kashmir towards the unrest. “He questioned the Centre’s decision not to allow US senators.