No preference to separatist elements and equal weight for the public opinion of all the regions of the state, not just the Valley, are at the heart of the rightwing thinkingThe RSS had made its wishlist clear for what it expects from newly-appointed Jammu and Kashmir interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma. No preference to separatist elements and equal weight for the public opinion of all the regions of the state, not just the Valley, are at the heart of the rightwing thinking.
Though no party has been named, yet the allusions to BJP and RSS are more than obvious. LRO has lodged a formal complaint with the ECRSS-affiliated Legal Rights Observatory (LRO) has moved the Election Commission (EC) against Archdiocese of Gandhinagar, Archbishop Thomas Macwan, for releasing a signed communique which urged to "save secularism" and Indian from the "nationalist forces", which were on the "verge of taking over the country".
In a development that might disrupt the Majority versus Minority debate in India, Congress leader in Maharashtra, Shehzad Poonawalla, has demanded that the governments in Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir grant minority status to Hindus in their respective states. In a scathing response to Poonawalla’s statement, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) called for the abolition of the minority status in the country altogether. The VHP accused the Congress of trying to divide Hindus and the Indian society.
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