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Lack of phone connection not human rights violation: Amit Shah on J&K

Recently the Home Minister Amit Shah has slammed the people who are claiming that the government of India is violating the rights of Jammu and Kashmir people. Amit Shah in his words said, "People are trying to create a hue and cry over lack of mobile connections for a few days. Lack of phone connection is not a human rights violation," He took his views further and said that "Where are the restrictions? It is only in your mind." Do you stand by Amit Shah for his views? Let us know your thoughts. Src: https://bit.ly/2nCz5Qm

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Hindutva politics is an assault on Hinduism: Shashi Tharoor

Writer-Politician Shashi Tharoor, in his new book, "The Hindu Way An Introduction To Hinduism", published by Aleph, stated, "Hinduism, with its openness, its respect for variety, its acceptance of all other faiths, is one religion which has always been able to assert itself without threatening others. But this is not the Hindutva that destroyed the Babri Masjid, nor the spewed in hate-filled diatribes by communal politicians". Tharoor further writes, "It (Hindutva) seeks to refashion Hinduism as something it has never been...The Hindutva project seeks to reinvent Hindu identity with a new belief structure and a new vocabulary". Tharoor further asks, "How dare a bunch of goondas to shrink the soaring majesty of the Vedas and the Upanishads to the petty bigotry of their brand of identity politics? Why should any Hindu allow them to diminish Hinduism to the raucous self-glorification of the football hooligan, or take the religion of awe-inspiring tolerance and reduce it to a chauvinist rampage?" Src: https://bit.ly/2ol6uPV

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Angry mob in J&K sets on fire BSF’s vehicle after accident in Baramulla

In Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district, an angry mob set on ablaze Border Security Force (BSF) vehicle near Pattan area after it met with an accident with a civilian vehicle. As per BSF officials, the driver of the BSF vehicle has received minor injuries and has been admitted to a local hospital. A BSF official stated, "Two heavy five tonner BSF vehicles were going on Baramulla-Srinagar national highway and met with an accident with a civilian vehicle. Civilian car driver started a verbal altercation with BSF staff and local people also gathered". The official added that locals torched one of the vehicles alleging that the BSF driver was rash driving. "The driver was rescued by the other officials travelling with him in the other car", the official included. Src: https://bit.ly/2nJm4EB

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UNSC allows Hafiz Saeed to withdraw money for basic requirements on Pak’s request

The Anti-terror committee of United Nation Security Council has accepted Pak’s request to allow Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Hafiz Saeed to use his bank account to meet ‘basic expenses’. “The Chair has the honor to refer to his draft letter to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan communicating the Committee’s decision with respect to the intention of the Pakistani authorities to authorise certain expenditures to the benefit of Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, Haji Muhammad Ashraf, and Zafar Iqbal, to cover basic expenses as specified in the note verbale of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan...” , said a note issued by the 1267 Committee. Hafiz Saeed is the mastermind behind 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks and India has been behind Pakistan for Saeed's extradition to make him face justice. Src: https://bit.ly/2mOiGIg

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