BJP's Kavinder Gupta stated that Pakistan has been isolated by the world, and that along with India, even the global community does not believe the neighbour country, after Pakistani President Arif Alvi openly called on its citizens to post videos on Kashmir, calling it their 'biggest weapon.'
He noted how Pakistan is 'unable to digest' the stability in peace following the abrogation of Article 370 and that their endeavors to mislead the people of Kashmir will not work anymore.
He said, "The way they show Kashmir, Pakistan should not be trusted. Today, not just in India but the world has stopped trusting Pakistan, it has been isolated. They are unable to digest how in Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370 there is stability and people are celebrating Eid and Independence Day."
"In all this, Pakistan feels that in Kashmir wherein they misled people will not be decepted anymore. More fake videos will come out, but their propaganda should not be played in India, the government will look into this."
Moreover, speaking over the to-and-fro between Rahul Gandhi and Governor of Jammu & Kashmir Satya Pal Malik over the former's visit to Kashmir, the former J&K deputy chief minister further stated that the 'Opposition is frustrated now.'
He said, "Satya Pal Malik has done good work towards development. The Opposition is frustrated. They run their shops on these lines, now they don't have any issue. Rahul Gandhi and allies and upset now."
Amid communication blockage in Jammu and Kashmir following the abrogation of Article 370, India has been fiercely battling the vicious Pakistan ISI-backed social media propaganda and anti-India narrative emerging from the neighbouring country, keen to incite unrest in the valley.
After blatantly engaging in cross-border terrorism, now the Pakistani President has called on a propaganda war, in a deliberate attempt to meddle in India's domestic affair, by instigating people to spread fake information.
Along with Pakistan President, politicians present at the Pakistan Independence Day event, Mashaal Malik, the wife of detained Kashmiri leader Mohammad Yasin Malik, also addressed the event during which she shared a poem she wrote about the 'freedom struggle of people under Indian authorities' in the Kashmir valley.