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Monsoon Session: "Kashmir Unrest Is Pakistan-Sponsored," Blames Home Minister Rajnath Singh
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday introduced new ministers to members in both Houses of Parliament on the first day of the Monsoon session.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday introduced new ministers to members in both Houses of Parliament on the first day of the Monsoon session.

The Prime Minister had inducted 19 new faces in his Council of Ministers in the expansion which took place on July 5.

After Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Home Minister Rajnath Singh also spoke about Jammu & Kashmir unrest.

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On Monday, he said that he has called the Govt in J&K asking everyone to exercise as much restraint as possible. He further stated, “We had asked forces to not use fatal weapons. 1948 civilians were injured, many already discharged.”

Further he said that while PM Modi was on foreign tour, PM called and inquired about Kashmir situation and steps to be taken.

The first meeting of PM with Rajnath after arriving in India was a review meeting on J&K situation, claimed Home Minister.

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He also siad about the being constantly in touch with J&K CM and whatever needs to be done to stabilise the state we will do it.

While speaking in RS, Singh also blamed Pakistan, saying, “Jo kuch bhi ho raha hai poori tarah se Pakistan sponsored hai, kehne ko naam Pakistan hai par harkaten saari naapaak hain.”

“I will talk to J&K CM about providing ration to all those people who arent able to leave their houses due to curfew,” concluded Singh.