India's Home Minister Amit Shah asserts that Pakistan-occupied Kashmir is a part of India and they will claim it.

Amit Shah claims PoK is part of India and promises to reclaim it, citing improved conditions in Kashmir after Article 370's abrogation.

May 15th 2024.

India's Home Minister Amit Shah asserts that Pakistan-occupied Kashmir is a part of India and they will claim it.
During a rally in Serampore, West Bengal, Union Home Minister Amit Shah addressed various issues, including the ongoing protests in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. He confidently stated that PoK is an integral part of India and the government will take all necessary actions to reclaim it.

Shah acknowledged that peace has been restored in Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370 in 2019. However, he expressed concern over the current situation in PoK, where protests and calls for independence have been on the rise. He noted that the same slogans of "Azadi" that were once heard in Kashmir are now being chanted in PoK. He also mentioned the alarming incidents of stone-pelting in the region.

Taking a dig at Congress leaders who have opposed the idea of taking over PoK, Shah stated that their concerns about Pakistan possessing an atom bomb are unfounded. He firmly stated that PoK belongs to India and it will always remain so.

Shah also highlighted the differences between the two political parties in the ongoing elections, emphasizing the choice between dynastic leaders and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who comes from a humble background. He criticized leaders like Sharad Pawar, Mamata Banerjee, Stalin, and Sonia Gandhi for grooming their family members to take over their political positions.

The Home Minister stated that the current elections are not just about choosing a leader but also about choosing the path for India's future. He drew a comparison between the ideologies of the Indian National Democratic Alliance (INDI) and Modi, and mentioned the promises made by the latter regarding development and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

Shah also took a swipe at Mamata Banerjee, the Chief Minister of West Bengal, by calling her "Hirak Rani" in reference to a famous Bengali movie by the renowned filmmaker Satyajit Ray. He stated that if Ray were still alive, he would have made a movie called "Hirak Rani" instead of "Hirak Rajar Deshe" when Banerjee came into power.

He praised Bengal for its significant role in India's freedom struggle, mentioning that it gave us the iconic songs "Vande Mataram" and "Jana Gana Mana." However, he criticized both the Communist Party and the Trinamool Congress (TMC) for trying to eliminate nationalism and patriotism from Bengal.

Shah also accused the TMC of indulging in various scams and stated that no one will be spared, even if Banerjee tries to protect them. He criticized her for opposing the CAA and for "taking out rallies in support of infiltrators" to gain votes.

The CAA, which was implemented in March this year, allows for fast-track citizenship for undocumented non-Muslim migrants from neighboring countries. However, Banerjee and the TMC have been vocal in their opposition to the Act, which they believe is discriminatory.

Shah also mentioned the consecration ceremony of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya and stated that both Banerjee and her nephew were invited, but they chose not to attend as they were afraid of offending their vote bank of infiltrators.

He also criticized TMC candidate Kalyan Banerjee, who mimicked Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar during a protest in Parliament last year. Shah accused Mamata Banerjee and her party of flouting the Constitution and stated that the people of Bengal have not benefited from the massive funds provided by the Modi government due to corruption by TMC members.

In response, TMC leader Santanu Sen dismissed Shah's allegations of corruption and stated that the BJP is resorting to false accusations as they have already lost the elections. He expressed confidence that the people of the country will give a befitting reply to the BJP's misrule.

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