The previous Jammu and Kashmir Governor spilt the beans concerning the Pulwama incident of 2019 wherein 40 jawans of the Central Reserve Police Pressure (CRPF) had been killed. In an interview with Karan Thapar, an Indian Journalist and Interviewer working with The Wire, the previous J&Ok Governor accused the Dwelling Ministry of India of the loss.
The previous Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Satyapal Malik,’s assertion has sparked an issue as he spoke in opposition to the Central Authorities and present Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi, on Saturday in an interview on YouTube with Karan Thapar, an Indian Journalist and Interviewer working with The Wire, a channel that helps unbiased journalism. Satyapal Malik has make clear the Pulwama incident and informed the interviewer, Karan Thapar, that he referred to as the Prime Minister on the night the Pulwama incident came about, however he was requested to stay silent concerning the problem and never inform anybody.
Through the interview, Mr Thapar touched upon areas just like the Pulwama incident, Article 370, Jammu and Kashmir’s media, corruption in Jammu and Kashmir, the Adani scandal, and much more. Satyapal Malik stated that Mr Narendra Modi ‘has no drawback with corruption, is unaware of Kashmir, and silenced me on Pulwama Laparwahi’. The questions are being posed by the members of the other celebration, the Congress celebration, as they search a solution to why the Dwelling Ministry of India refused to supply plane to the Jawans. Bhupesh Baghel, Chief Minister of Chattisgarh, has stated the BJP-led Central Authorities should reply to claims made by the previous J&Ok Governor.
The Pulwama Incident in 2019
The deadliest assault on India’s state safety personnel in Kashmir since 1989 is the Pulwama Incident that came about on February 14, 2019. The convoy consisted of 78 automobiles and was travelling from Jammu to Srinagar on Nationwide Freeway 44. The incident came about close to Awantipora; a bus that was stuffed with safety personnel was rammed by a automotive carrying explosives, which led to a blast that killed 40 CRPF troopers of the 76th Batallion and injured many others. The injured troopers had been instantly moved to the military base hospital in Srinagar. Jais-e-Mohammed later took duty for the assault.
A staff of 12 members was despatched to research the assault. The Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) labored with the Jammu and Kashmir police to seek out the reality. It was discovered that the automotive was carrying greater than 300 kilogrammes of explosives, together with 80 kilogrammes of RDX, a excessive explosive, and ammonium nitrate, which had been believed to be smuggled throughout the border. So far, the supply of the explosives continues to be unknown, however the NIA was in a position to verify the id of the suicide bomber as Adil Ahmad Dar’s father; they had been in a position to set up this truth by way of the DNA samples from “meagre fragments of the automotive.”
The Interview and the Controversy
Satyapal Malik’s interview with Karan Thapar has sparked controversy. He stated the CRPF required 5 plane for carrying safety personnel, and the Dwelling Ministry of India denied that they might not be capable of present the plane to the jawans. He added additional, Had I been there, he would have fulfilled the requirement of the military folks. Later, the following day, when he realized concerning the incident, he was saddened and shocked by the assault, and when he referred to as Mr Narendra Modi, he requested him to stay silent and never communicate concerning the incident in public.
Mr Sanjay Raut has additionally come ahead and spoken in opposition to the federal government and has demanded the Modi authorities must be booked for sedition and all of the ministers that had been concerned within the incident must be “court-martialed” for the Pulwama incident, wherein we misplaced our 40 CRPF jawans.