NEW DELHI: Information and broadcasting minister Prakash Javadekar said on Tuesday "masked" men involved in the JNU attack will be exposed soon. Talking to reporters on the sidelines of the first International Yoga Day Media Awards, Javadekar also said a misunderstanding over JNU was deliberately being spread in the varsity and others parts of the country to incite violence.
Javadekar also claimed selective "anarchists" were raising slogans for a "Free Kashmir" even though "the entire country" supported revocation of Article 370 in Jammu & Kashmir. He said Kashmir remains an inseparable part of India and claimed that peace "has been prevailing" in J&K and that the region is "making progress since Article 370 of the Constitution was repealed".
"The entire country is supporting the move… a few selective anarchists are raising such kind of slogans. Nobody even inside Kashmir raised such slogans. Now if someone outside the region gives such slogan, that makes no sense," Javadekar further said.
Conferring the Yoga Day Media Awards, Javadekar said the honouor was instituted to felicitate media organisations that had contributed to Read More – Source


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