By 2022 Will find Solution to Kashmir and Terrorism : Rajnath Singh


New Delhi.  Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said that he will find solution to the Kashmir before 2022 and also other problems like terrorism, Naxalism and North East insurgency.

“There are lot of problems such as terrorism, naxalism, and Kashmir problem. But by 2022 I will make sure we will find solution to all these problems and will create a ‘new India,” he said.

Rajnath was addressing a programme ‘Snkalp se Siddhi-New India Movement (2017-2022) Naye Bharat kaa nirmaan.’

On this event he said by taking oath that we will make India clean, poverty free, corruption free, terror free, communalism free and casteism free.

He also congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi for taking a pledge to create a ‘new India’ before country celebrates its 75th year of freedom.

He said Mahatma Gandhi understood the importance of cleanliness and made it campaign but Modi has given it actual shape.

“We want to make New India where there will be no poverty or illiteracy, no one will die of shortage of medicine and every person will have a house. India will be a powerful nation. And we will fight corruption too, He also talked about GST by saying that people have problem with it but with time they will praise it, and said that our government (BJP) is for making developments not to indulge in politics.

The Union Home Minister’s assertion comes in the backdrop of the NationalInvestigation Agency’s (NIA’s) crackdown on Kashmiri separatists.
The NIA visited Srinagar in May to probe the alleged funding by Pakistan for illegal activities in Kashmir, and questioned several Separatist leaders on the issue of raising, collecting and transferring funds via the Hawala route and other channels to fund terror activities in Kashmir.
On July 24, the NIA arrested seven separatists over money-laundering charges, for funding terror in the Kashmir Valley.
All seven separatist leaders — Altaf Shah, Ayaz Akbar, Peer Saifullah, Mehraj Kalwal, Shahid-ul-Islam, Naeem Khan and Bitta Karate — were later sent to 10-day NIA custody.
The accused have been charged under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.



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