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To stop ill-designs of Pak, Modi’s dev plan for J&K is to have tourism & not terrorism :Chugh

Jammu: BJP national general secretary Tarun Chugh on Saturday warned Pakistan against playing with fire in Jammu and Kashmir by planting and propagating terrorism in the Union Territory region.

Addressing a meeting of the BJP “vistaraks” here Mr Chugh, who is the BJP national observer for J&K, said the killing of two terrorists in Pulwama Saturday morning indicated that Pakistan-sponsored terrorism was still around in J&K for which, he said, Pakistan would have to pay a heavy price.
Mr Chugh complimented security forces for keeping terrorists on the run in the Valley region adding that the killing of 87 terrorists since January last was an indication that the security forces have tightened the noose sending a stern warning to Pakistan.
He said, “people of J&K had become sick of terrorism now and they wanted development works in a big way to come about,” BJP national general secretary said.
“The people want tourism, not terrorism”, he said.
“J&K has turned a new leaf in which there is no scope for violence and anti-national activities which the Gupkar gang had been propagating for the last seven decades. People want schools, roads and hospitals besides employment opportunities for the youth,” said the BJP leader.
He said they do not want guns and bullets. All these years the Gupkar gang had been misleading the J&K people at the instance of Pakistani and Chinese forces. The time has changed now and a fresh wind in blowing in the region.


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