We walk the path that Vajpayee took when it comes to Kashmir: PM Modi

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1: Expressing concern over the unrest in Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said it's sad to see boys in the Valley who should be holding laptops, bats, balls in their hands are carrying stones instead.

Expressing concern over the unrest in Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said it’s sad to see boys in the Valley who should be holding laptops, bats, balls in their hands are carrying stones instead. Modi said that Kashmir wants peace and Centre will help provide all help to restore it in the Valley.
“Kashmir, which we give so much love to, some people there are causing it a lot of harm. Boys who should be holding laptops, bats, balls in their hands and dreams in their hearts are ones carrying stones. Kashmir wants peace. Whatever Kashmiris want for betterment of their livelihood, the Centre will help,” said Modi during a rally to mark the birth anniversary of freedom fighter Chandrashekhar Azad in Bhopal.
Reacting to Mufti’s appeal to take forward the dialogue process on Kashmir which was initiated by former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Modi said the government will follow his path. “We are the people who walk the path that Atal Bihari Vajpayee took when it comes to Kashmir,” said Modi.

After meeting Rajnath Singh in the national capital on Monday, J&K chief minister Mehbooba Mufti had said, “I hope that Prime Minister Modiji, who has received such a big mandate, takes this situation as a chance, as an opportunity, and apply balm on the wounds of people of Jammu and Kashmir. He should start the dialogue process and take forward the process started by Vajpayeeji.”
The primie minister also thanked Congress for standing with the government on the Kashmir issue and said be it Centre or the state gpovernment in Kashmir, “we are finding a solution to all problems through development.” “I want to thank the nation, I want to thank Congress that we all very maturely made attempts to deal with the situation in Kashmir,” said the prime minister adding that the freedom that every Indian has also belongs to every Kashmiri. “We want the same bright future for every youth in Kashmir”.
Recalling the sacrifice of the freedom fighters, Modi said, “Many of us were born in a free India. But the freedom fighters got the honour to sacrifice their lives for the nation. But at least we have the honour to live for the nation, even if we didn’t get to die for its freedom.”

Here are the highlights of his speech:
On 8th Aug, 75 years back, Mahatma Gandhi asked the Britishers to "QUIT INDIA".
Therefore today is a fitting moment to remember all those who made it possible for us to breathe in freedom.
It is my good fortune to be here, and bow my head at the birthplace of Chandrashekhar Azad.
Many of us were born in a free India. But the freedom fighters got the honour to sacrifice their lives for the nation.
But at least we have the honour to live for the nation, even if we didn't get to die for its freedom.
After 70 years of Independence, isn't it essential that all villages in India get electricity? We still have villages with no electricity.
Kashmir, which we give so much love to, some people there are causing it a lot of harm.
We are the people who walk the path that Atal Bihari Vajpayee took when it comes to Kashmir.
The freedom that every Indian has also belongs to every Kashmiri. We want the same bright future for every youth in Kashmir.
Boys who should be holding laptops, bats, balls in their hands & dreams in their hearts are ones carrying stones.
I want to thank the nation, I want to thank Congress that we all very maturely made attempts to deal with the situation in Kashmir
Whether it is the J&K Govt under Mehbooba ji or the Central Govt, we are finding a solution to all problems through development.
Kashmir wants peace. Whatever Kashmiris want for betterment of their livelihood, the Centre will help. We want development for J&K.
Our flag inspires the people to change the future of India. It inspires desh-bhakti in us.

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