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Jaitley's charge

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NEW DELHI: The Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha on Friday accused the government of “looking the other way'' when a number of separatist groups met at a convention on Kashmir to say that India cannot be one and must be broken.

Mr. Jaitley said:

“It is dismaying to note that the Central government did not take any preventive measures and has not taken any action to punish the guilty. It should not forget that there are two responsibilities and obligations of the state – to prevent such events and to punish the offenders.

“The BJP is outraged by open anti-India sentiments and demand for sedition at the seminar and finds these as absolutely unacceptable. The whole country was shocked when separatists met under the nose of the Central government to encourage sedition in India.”

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