CM Khattar: Haryana’s CM Khattar said – now we can also bring Kashmiri Wife: The central government has abolished Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. After this, two new union territories have been created in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. There is a situation of tension in the valley regarding the removal of 370. However, the whole country is considering this decision of the government as a better step.
After the decision, people celebrated in many states. On social media, things like buying land in Kashmir and getting married there became increasingly viral. Meanwhile, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has also given a controversial statement related to this. According to news agency ANI, Khattar has said that now we too can bring a Kashmiri girl for marriage.
Controversy has arisen with this statement given by Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Friday. He said that after the removal of Article 370, now girls can be brought from Kashmir for marriage.
In one program, he said, ‘Our minister OP Dhankhar used to say that he will bring’ Bahu ‘from Bihar. Nowadays people are saying that the way to Kashmir has been cleared. Now we will bring girls from Kashmir.
BJP MLA Vikram Saini
A few days ago, BJP MLA Vikram Saini, coming from Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh, made a similar remark and said that the Khatauli assembly workers are very keen on Hindu-Muslim youth getting married to girls from Jammu and Kashmir. Those who are single, will get their marriage done there only, there is no problem.
BJP MLA Vikram Saini said, ‘How much oppression was there on women in Kashmir. If the girl there marries a boy from Uttar Pradesh, her citizenship will end. How should separate citizenship of India and separate citizenship of Kashmir i.e. one country, two legislations? Those who are Muslim activists should also be happy. Marry a Kashmiri white girl there, be it Hindus and Muslims, it is a matter of happiness for the whole country.
He further said, ‘I got calls from the workers that they should also do a program in Khatauli. When I called the CO sir, he said let it be today, do it tomorrow. We were also asked to take input on what could happen. Yogi ji is the police. Here no one will kiss, they will cure, they will break the legs if anyone speaks.
At the same time, this is not the first time that Chief Minister Khattar has given a controversial statement. In November 2018, he made controversial statements about the rape. He had said that 80 to 90 percent incidents of rape and molestation occur between experts. Couples roam together for a long time, one day there is a dispute, then on that day they get an FIR registered that they raped me.
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