Former Uttarakhand Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Harish Rawat said there was no room for political controversy over the film. He said in a Facebook post that there were barbaric atrocities in Kashmir in 1990. The manner in which Kashmiri Pandits were selectively killed, massacred, women oppressed, they had to leave their homes, villages, their beloved motherland, the memories of which are etched in their minds even today. Have occurred. There is no room for political controversy in the Kashmir files, one of its conspiracies.
I was in Parliament at that time and we kept raising these issues. Much has been said about the erroneous policies of the then Governor Jagmohan ji, the erroneous policies of the then Union Government in which Mufti Mohammad Syed was the Home Minister, their historical mistakes. The militants were released. VP Singh’s government, the Bharatiya Janata Party had the support of that government.
Harish Rawat, Senior Congress Leader
“I remember being challenged by the Congress party to withdraw support from a useless government which is not capable of stopping the genocide of Kashmiri Brahmins,” Rawat said. The BJP later withdrew its support, but when the mandal needed to be lifted in response to the mandal commission, the BJP withdrew support from the then government for the mandal-mandal battle.