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Jan 03, 2019

Blame game on J&K problems should come to an end: Jaitley

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The government has asked Congress and other opposition parties to help in the development of Jammu and Kashmir, rising above political differences. 

The leader of the Rajya Sabha and Union Minister Arun Jaitley said the blame game on the problems facing the State should come to an end.

He was intervening during a discussion on the Statutory Resolution seeking approval of the Presidential Proclamation under which Central Rule was imposed in Jammu and Kashmir. 

Mr Jaitley accused the Congress of playing havoc with democracy in the State in the past. He said the party was responsible for dislodging the democratically elected governments in the state while it was in power at the Centre.

Earlier, initiating the discussion, Leader of Opposition in the House Ghulam Nabi Azad held the Centre responsible for political instability, increase in militancy, loss of security forces and unrest in the State, especially the Kashmir Valley. 

Mr Azad blamed the government for dissolution of the State assembly to prevent Congress, PDP and National Conference from forming a government. 

He said the three parties wanted to form the government as the Governor’s rule was not helping the common people.

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