Informing the Lok Sabha about the situation in Jammu And Kashmir after removal of Article 370 , Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the situation in Kashmir valley is completely “normal” and not a single bullet was fired.
“The situation in Kashmir valley is completely normal. I can’t make Congress’s condition normal, because they had predicted bloodshed after the abrogation of Article 370. Nothing of that sort happened, not one bullet was fired,” Shah said in Lok Sabha .
The Home Minister also said that 99.5 per cent of students gave the examination and 7 lakh patients visited OPD in Srinagar. He also highlighted that curfew has been withdrawn from all police station limits in Jammu and Kashmir and not a single person died due to police firing.
“For Adhir Ranjanji this is not normalcy? 7 lakh people availed OPD services in Srinagar. But for Adhirji only parameter for normalcy is political activity. What about local body polls which were held? We don’t want to keep them (politicians under detention) even a day extra in jail; when administration thinks its right time, political leaders will be released. Farooq Abdullah’s father was kept in jail for 11 years by Congress, we don’t want to follow them. As soon as administration decides, they will be released.