“Insaniyat, Jamhooriyat, Kashmiriyat”: Amit Shah’s Big Push For J & K Bill

NEW DELHI: Union Minister Amit Shah reacts in a debate on a draft law on expanding the presidential rule in Jamaica and Kashmir, saying the government would make the promise “Insaniyat, Jamhooriyat and Kashmiriyat” – conditions first used by former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee to promise healing touch for the state. But, renewing the promise, Mr. Shah also gave a warning.
“Modi’s commitment to the policy of” Jamhooriyat, Insaniyat, Kashmiriyat “should not mean that the forces that want to divide India will be spared, they will get an appropriate response in their very same language,” Shah said.
When defining conditions, the Minister asked what is meant by “Cashmereat”.
“I agree that we have to keep the Cashmereat, but I have a question that I want to ask before you and people,” Amit Shah said.
“The Kashmiri pandits – they were thrown out of the state, and if they were not part of the Kashmir, when the Sufis were attacked, the Sufi saints were killed, those who spoke of Hindu-Muslim unity, they were also expelled from Kashmir, is the Sufi tradition a part of the Cashmereat? “he continued to add.
“If someone protested against the Sufis, who spoke of Hindu Muslim unity, I would agree that people are worried about Kashmiryat,” he added. “The Kashmiri pandites, who have been the bearers of the Kashmiri culture for centuries, have been expelled and scattered. If we are talking about the Kashmiriat today, we must think of them,” he added.
However, he says, the government will protect the culture of Kashmir. “The time will come when in the temple of Mata Khir Bhawani Kashmiri Panditi will pray, and the Sufi will see themselves with them … I am not a pessimist, we are talking about humanity,” he added.
The government motto of development was characteristic of the term “Insaniyat”. It includes schools for children, toilets for women, electricity, social programs and food, he said.
Jamhooriyat, or democracy, is what the government hopes to achieve through the law, he said.

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