“There is a reality of Kashmir that this government does not want to come out. This the reason why they are preventing people, including me, from visiting the valley,” Sinha said during a discussion held in Mumbai.
On being asked if he was targeted for being critical of the present regime, Sinha said, "I have been giving suggestions to the government as to how peace can be restored in the valley. So I don't find any reason for the authorities to stop me. Only they can explain it."
According to Sinha, he had gone to Srinagar on a two-day visit along with Kapil Kak, Bharat Bushan and Sushoba Barnad but was not allowed to enter the city. In the evening, he was forcibly boarded on a flight back to Delhi, he claimed.
In the first debate on the nuclear deal, held in Rajya Sabha during the Monsoon Session of 2005 soon after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh returned to India, the party did not give me an opportunity to initiate the debate.
The talks started with a great deal of fanfare. Musharraf took full advantage of the invitation to legitimise himself in the eyes of the world and quickly appointed himself as the President of Pakistan.
Speaking at a meet-the-press programme in Bhopal, the former Union finance minister also dismissed as a non-issue the controversy over the alleged misuse of INS Viraat by former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.
BJP veterans LK Advani, Yashwant Sinha along with former BJP leader Kirti Azad were at the book launch of party MP Shatrughan Sinha. Shatrughan Sinha's book titled "Anything But Khamosh" was unveiled by Advani and Yashwant Sinha at a function in New Delhi on Wednesday.
I shall be failing in my national duty if I did not speak up even now against the mess the finance minister has made of the economy. I am also convinced that what I am going to say reflects the sentiments of a large number of people in the BJP and elsewhere who are not […]
Criticizing the Prime Minister Narendra Modi led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government at the Centre again, senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Yashwant Sinha on Thursday described the implantation of the GST from July 1 as the second major blow to the Indian economy after demonetization.He also said that the BJP can no longer blame […]