New Delhi: Union Minister Jitendra Singh on the completion of 100 days of the second term of the Modi government said that ending the special status of Jammu and Kashmir is the biggest achievement of the government. He said that the next agenda is to make Pakistan-occupied Kashmir an integral part of India. Jitendra Singh said on the issue of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, "It is not only my or my party's commitment but it is a unanimous resolution passed by the then Congress government headed by PV Narasimha Rao in 1994.
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This is an acceptable approach. On the propaganda campaign started by Pakistan on ending most of the provisions of Article 370, BJP Minister Jitendra Singh said that the world is favourable towards India. He said some countries which did not agree with India's stand, now they agree with our stand. "He said that the common man in Kashmir is happy about the benefits that are available. Jitendra Singh said on Tuesday that Kashmir is neither closed nor under the shadow of curfew, but only a few restrictions are there.
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He warned the anti-national forces that they would soon have to change the mindset that they would escape after doing anything. Jitendra Singh told reporters, "We need to condemn such statements (Kashmir is under the shadow of curfew and completely closed)." Kashmir is not closed. There is no curfew. If there was a curfew then people would have to come out with 'curfew pass'. Singh had earlier appealed to make a new map of India.
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