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Kashmir integrated without a single bullet: Amit Shah | India News

AHMEDABAD: In the run up to the implementation of the J&K Reorganisation Act 2019 on October 31, Union home minister Amit Shah said on Saturday that Kashmir has been integrated without a single bullet being fired.
Taking a jibe at opposition Congress, Shah said, “Congress leaders lecture in the parliament about rivers of blood flowing in Kashmir and a blood bath; but not a single bullet had to be fired, not a single life is lost; Kashmir is peacefully moving on the path of progress.”
Shah was in Ahmedabad for the dedication of various infrastructure projects worth Rs 800 crore in his constituency. Shah said that shortly after being elected for the second time, PM Modi fulfilled Sardar Patel’s dream.
“Sardar Patel formed India by integrating 629 provinces but Kashmir could never be completely integrated into India due to Article 370 and Article 35A. After the abrogation of these articles, the PM totally integrated Kashmir with India,,” he said.
Shah also said the 182-metre tall statue of Sardar Patel in Kevadiya is a befitting compensation to “70 years of insult to Sardar”.

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