Kashmir is not Gaza… Shehla Rashid again praised Modi and Amit Shah, had once supported stone pelters

Former Vice President of JNU Students Union Shehla Rashid has once again praised the Modi government regarding the current situation in Kashmir. While talking to news agency Desk, Shehla praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah. He said that Kashmir is not Gaza. Modi government has done good work in Kashmir. The current situation here is quite good and we are very happy with it.

During this time, when Shehla was asked whether she ever supported the stone pelters, in response the former Vice President of JNU Students Union said, yes it was like this in 2010 but it is not like this today. The current situation of Kashmir has changed and it is heartening to see it. I am very grateful for the changed situation in Kashmir. Kashmir is not Gaza, this has become clear because Kashmir was only involved in protests. Sporadic incidents of insurgency and infiltration kept happening. Someone had to break it. The present government did it.

Today’s situation in Kashmir is absolutely correct – Shehla

Today’s situation in Kashmir is completely different. I would like to give credit for this to the present government, PM Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who found a political solution to this and this solution is not bloody. Let us tell you that this is not the first time that Shehla has praised the Modi government for the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir, she has done so before.

Anti-India slogans were not raised in JNU

At the same time, when Shehla was asked that an incident in JNU changed the lives of all three of you (Shehla Rashid, Omar Khalid and Kanhaiya Kumar). In response, Shehla said that that incident not only changed the lives of the three of us but the entire university had to bear the brunt of it. However, during this period slogans like ‘Bharat tere tukde honge’ were not raised. The usual slogans like Lal Salaam were raised.

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