EU Lawmakers In Kashmir Today As Opposition Questions Centre | Read

PUBLISHED ON: October 29, 2019 | Duration: 2 min, 51 sec

  
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A group of European Union MPs, which met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and National Security Adviser Ajit Doval on Monday, left for Jammu and Kashmir this morning amid questions raised by the opposition on the visit at a time politicians at home have been barred from the state amid heavy restrictions for nearly two months. The MPs, drawn mainly from far right parties, are the first international visitors to Jammu and Kashmir since the government on August 5 announced the end of special status to the state under Article 370 and split it into two union territories. Only three of the 27 MPs belong to the Left or liberal parties. All of them are visiting India in their private capacity.
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