Kashmir news: Rahul Gandhi says yes to Satya Pal Malik's invitation to visit the state with 'no conditions' disclaimer
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in a fresh response to Jammu and Kashmir governor Satya Pal Malik told him that he was willing to visit the state provided there were no conditions and asked him when he can come there.
Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday once again responded to Jammu and Kashmir governor Satya Pal Malik asking him when he can come to the state. Yesterday, the Congress leader took a jibe at Malik telling him that he did not need a special aircraft to visit the state and had, in fact, questioned him if the Opposition delegation will be allowed to travel freely in the state.
Later, Malik replied to Rahul saying he should know that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir was under control and was asked him to refer to Indian news channels to get a real idea of what is happening in Kashmir. He also cautioned him to not politicise the matter and underlined Supreme Court’s hearing on a plea that had sought relaxation in restrictions. Praising the top court, Malik said the top court has given some time to the government to give a final report on the situation in Kashmir.
Now in a fresh reply, Rahul accepted Malik’s invitation to meet the people but underlined no conditions disclaimer.