Government listens to 'children' who carried out gun-to-death killings in Kashmir - Congress leader

New Delhi: There has been outrage and grief across the country since the indian army killed 5 jawans in an encounter with terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir, while a veteran Congress leader has made a very disgusting statement on the issue. Congress leader Saif-ud-Din Soz has defended the terrorists of Jammu and Kashmir. Talking to the media, he said that those who have a gun in their hands should be asked what do you think? He said a similar atmosphere should be created in the Valley. Now that the 1990-like series of killings of non-Muslims in Jammu and Kashmir has resumed and the Union Home Ministry has ordered strict action, the Congress leader has made such a statement.

He further said that he also wants to say something about "children" (terrorists holding guns). He also said that he does not support violence, but pm Narendra Modi will have to talk to the people of Jammu and Kashmir and political parties here to solve the problem. Terming the talks as a solution to every problem, he said the Muslim community in Kashmir has been shaken as it has learnt that the killings were committed by either of them.

He claimed that the majority community of Jammu and Kashmir has shaken to the core as some of them took up arms and killed people, but they should also be heard. The Congress leader claimed that none of the Union Territory's awamsupports violence. Talking about the presence of Army and paramilitary forces in Kashmir, Saifuddin Soz said that the solution will come out of dialogue. Tell me, Saifuddin Soz has been a 7-time MP and was made the Water Resources Minister during UPA-1.

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