Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Priyanka Gandhi takes a dig at Modi govt over Kashmir ‘lockdown’

Straight Line News Network

Jammu, Oct 4: Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Friday took a dig at the Narendra Modi government over the lockdown in Jammu and Kashmir for the last two months, saying it has affected innocent children the most.

The Congress General Secretary tagged a media report on Twitter which claimed that children in Kashmir were away from schools and had gotten disconnected from friends.

The about two-month-long ‘bandh’ in Jammu & Kashmir has impacted innocent children the most, Gandhi said. “Have you ever seen a government which talks about development but has kept children away from schools,” she tweeted in Hindi.

“What kind of message the BJP government is giving to the coming generation of Kashmir,” she asked in the tweet.



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