Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad attacked the Modi government for the recent killings of CRPF jawans by militants in Kashmir said terrorism in last two year has risen in the valley.
In a press conference in the national capital, Azad said terrorism almost finished in Kashmir during the UPA time but in last two years it has increased.
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“Two years ago terrorism was almost finished in Kashmir, but in last two years it has increased a lot,” said Azad.
Eight jawans were killed when two terrorists attacked CRPF convoy in Pampore district on June 25.