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Pakistan threatens India with Atom Bomb
8/19/2019 9:27:03 PM
Since the situation in the Kashmir valley is full turmoil because of the revocation of Article 370 and Article 35-A that was the reason behind the Union Home Minister, Amit Shah, to hold an hour long meeting with the senior officials of the security forces to review the situation and irect the security forces to upgrade the security grid. Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with top security officials and discussed the prevailing situation in the state. The hour-long meeting was attended by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Union Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba and other senior officThe situation in the state is understood to have been discussed in the meeting. Jammu and Kashmir has been on the edge following deployment of additional security forces in the state last week. The administration of Jammu and Kashmir, which is under President's rule, has ordered curtailment of annual Amarnath Yatra and asked pilgrims and tourists to leave Kashmir Valley, citing terror threat. Outstation students, studying in the NIT in Srinagar, have also been asked to leave the campus and go home and not to return till further order. Following the deployment of additional troops and other steps, there have been rumours that the Centre may have plans to do away with Article 35A, which gives exclusive rights to the state'. But the damage has been done and the Kashmir centric political leaders are awiting an opportune time to challenge the improved security grid and generate incidents of violence. And the National Conference leadership is in the forefront to secure restoration of special status and separate state subject laws. Even the separatists were awaiting an opportune time for creating law and order problem. The role of Pakistan and China is being viewed with interest by these Kashmir centric political leaders and separatists. Already Kashmir has gone through a difficult phase and the role of Pakistan and China is being seen after the UNSC meeting. Already Trup hbas declared that removal of Article 370 and 35-A is an internal matter of India and hence he would not like to mediate on the issue. Three four countries have rejected the convening of UNSC meeting because they believe that any internal matter cannot be discussed.Pakistan has not scared to threaten India with Atomic strike if Article 370 and 35-A are not restored.And India has equally threaten to demolish Pakistan if it continued to export terror to India.
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