'Let Burhan Wani be called terrorist': PM Modi

New Delhi: Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, on Tuesday held a meeting concerning the violent demonstration in J&K. During 2 hours long meeting held at 7 RCR, the Prime Minister appealed to maintain peace in the valley and assured the state government to give every possible help.
According to information, prime minister has freed to the state government to take every steps to normalise the situation in the state.
the Prime Minister has said to state government to face the situation by the better way. He assured to provide every help needful by the union government.

Prime Minister said, " Burhan Wani was a terrorist -- let not be famed as big leader. He should be viewed like a terrorist."
"The youths indulged in the stone pelting will be dealt by the State Government; but the attacks on security areas and security personnel will not be tolerated", PM said. 
 Mr Jitendra Singh told, "The PM has said that he will give the needful help to state Government. He expressed worry over the prevailing situation in the state and appealed the innocents should not be tormented."
Jitendra told,  'The PM has kept his close watch over the situation in the entire state. He expressed his satisfaction over the arrangement of Amarnath pilgrims' journey.

The participants of this meeting were: Union Home Minister, Mr Rajnath Singh; Defence Minister, Mr. Manohar Parrikar; Foreign Minister, Smt Sushma Swaraj; Finance Minister, Mr Arun Jaitely; NSA,Mr Ajit Doval including many senior Ministers and officials
Meanwhile seeing the worsening situation in Kashmir home minister, Mr Rajnath Singh has cancelled his US trip. he is to participate in the meeting for the security purpose on 17 July.
 Since the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander, Burhan Wani, the violence spilled into the valley; 30 people have died so far and over 1300 injured.
Many districts of valley have been put under curfew. The curfew have been clamped in the areas Anantnag, Sophia, Kulgam Pulwama districts of South Kashmir and Baramulla Sopore,Kupwara and Budgam of North Kashmir.
 14 of Anantnag,8 of Kulgam, 4 of Sophia, 3 of Pulwama and 1 in Srinagar all have lost their lives during the clash.
12 paramilitary forces(CRPF) personnel were injured when a grenade among the stone pelting crowd was hurled over them in Nauhatta area of Srinagar on Monday evening. It is an endangering step in the public interest.
According to the senior intelligence officer, the terrorists are protecting them self behind the stone pelting crowd. It is an endangering condition to the public interest. It is difficult to differ between the public protest and terrorist attack.



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