“Let Amit Shah Walk From Jammu To Lal Chowk If All’s Well”: Rahul Gandhi


SRINAGAR: Congress’s Rahul Gandhi. Today attacked Union Home Minister Amit Shah over . Law and order in Jammu and Kashmir and challenged him to step down from. Jammu to Srinagar if the security situation improves. Mr Gandhi’s Bharat Joro Yatra should be called off . The security flaw was reported earlier this week. While the police denied any wrongdoing, the BJP lashed out at the . Congress leader, alleging that he was making “baseless claims”.
Pointing out that . Targeted killings and bomb blasts have become a regular occurrence in Jammu and . Kashmir, Mr. Gandhi said, “If the situation is so good, why don’t BJP men walk from Jammu to Lal Chowk?”

“If the situation is so safe then why isn’t Mr. Amit Shah walking from Jammu to Lal Chowk?” He added, speaking at a press conference in Srinagar, where the concluding ceremony of . The party’s Bharat Jodh Yatra will be held tomorrow.

Mr. Gandhi’s security has made headlines ever since he entered Jammu and Kashmir.

On Friday, the Congress suspended the journey citing security lapses.

While the yatra was going from Banihal to Qazigund, i.e. a 16 km walk to Anantnag. Mr Gandhi and National Conference chief Omar Abdullah who had joined.

The security ring around Mr. Gandhi failed to control the crowd and advised him to stop walking. The Congress alleged that the security system of the Jammu and . Kashmir administration has “completely collapsed”.

The Jammu and Kashmir Police said it was providing “foolproof security”.

“There was no security lapse. We will provide perfect security…. Only authorized persons identified by . The organizers and throngs thronging the procession route were allowed inside. The police said in a series of tweets.

“Rahul Gandhi has developed a habit of making uncontrollable allegations. All the claims he has made against the . Jammu and Kashmir police and security agencies are baseless. Said BJP national spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia.

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