‘The Kashmir Files…’: Mufti slams BJP over Rahul Bhat’s killing, Gyanvapi row | Latest News India

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti accused the BJP of ‘creating Hindu-Muslim issue to divert attention from other issues’.

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday launched an all out assault on the BJP over the Gyanvapi Mosque row, alleging that the saffron get together was after the mosques. She additionally blamed ‘The Kashmir Files’ film for the killing of Kashmiri Pandit worker Rahul Bhat.

“ They are after all our mosques. Give us a list of all mosques you are eyeing… They are after Gyanvapi mosque now. Would everything be okay when they take all of it?” information company ANI quoted Mufti saying this to reporters.

Mufti, who dominated Jammu and Kashmir briefly in alliance with the BJP when it was a state till the abrogation of Article 370, blamed the film ‘Kashmir Files’ for triggering the assaults on Kashmiri Pandits, the newest one being the killing of tehsil office worker Rahul Bhat in Budgam on May 10. “We created a safe atmosphere for Kashmiri pandits. In 2010, 2016 during peak unrest, no killing happened. The KashmiriFiles movie has also triggered it. They’re creating Hindu-Muslim issues to distract from real topics and are after the Gyanvapi mosque now,” she mentioned.

The PDP chief’s comment comes on the day when a courtroom in Varanasi ordered {that a} pond within the Gyanvapi Mosque advanced be sealed amid stories of a ‘Shivling’ being present in it. The courtroom has ordered the Varanasi DM Kaushal Raj Sharma to seal the realm and prohibit the entry of any individual there. The courtroom has additionally mentioned the DM, police commissioner and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) commandant Varanasi shall be liable for the safety of the sealed space.

The Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear a plea searching for path for a keep on the survey of the mosque advanced. The high courtroom bench headed by Justice DY Chandrachud will hear the petition by  Anjuman Intezamia Masajid Committee.

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