What did Modi say in the US court over the atrocities in Kashmir Knowing this will bother you

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New York: A US court has summoned Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and others over human rights violations in occupied Kashmir. Moody has been summoned by a US District Court in Texas. Apart from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah has also been summoned. The court has also summoned Lt Gen Kanwal Jait Singh, commander of the Indian Army in occupied Kashmir.


It may be recalled that Narendra Modi was also summoned by the New York court in the Gujarat riots on the first US visit to India in 2014. India abolished the special status of Kashmir in the Rajya Sabha on August 5 through the Presidential Decree before submitting a Bill to abolish the special status of Kashmir, as well as to occupy Kashmir in two Federally Administered Parties (UNION TERRITORIES). I divided into which the first part would be Ladakh while the second would be Jammu and Kashmir. India passed both the Lok Sabha with a overwhelming majority.

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