1923 V (+vI ɽn {`ɺx B)

=xx E l E EɶҮ P] +Pʹi r ְ + * +xE +iEn M`x E ɽɮ E ɮ-ɮ ʺEʮ] E M E >{ɮ ɱ EB V * +{E ix Sɽi , 13 Vֱ< E bҪɮ

DIG

EɪDZɪ {ɮ ɱ +; 6 +Mɺi E E{ɴc V E{ {S iɪ <; 7 +Mɺi E E{ɴc ʥMbɮ ɱɤҮ ʺƽ ɨi Sɮ Vɪ E iɪ <; 20 +E]ڤɮ E xMɮ Sɴɱɪ ɱ +; 28 +E]ڤɮ E xMɮ Sɴɱɪ ix ESʮ E i <; 3 xɴɨɮ E nɨ Ij Vɮ ʽi i ESʮ ɮ MB* ʽVɤֱ Vʽnx, Vɨɪi <ɨ, Ei-=-+ƺɮ, +ɤE <x ɤE ʱE Vxɮ ֶɮǡ {ɮV * xxҪ |vx j V + Mɽ j Vxx Sɽi E E +{E B Ei ʨɱ E ix Vɮ Vn +iEn +vxE lɪɮ E l +Mxɺix nx x V * < ɮ +{E uɮ nx E VxEɮ nx E +ɴɶEi E B Ei +{E E ʨɱ * xxҪ j V VxEɮ nx E ʱB ʴxi E *

<Ǻ]x E] E ɮ ɽ SS <* ɽn, Vxi xɽ x Sɽi Ex +V ɽi Jiɮ {n Mɪ * +V ʽxnֺix Eix Mn M * 1971 Vɴx x +{x Үi ʴVɪ ʺɱ E< Ex = ɮn {ɮ ɮ Vxi E E֤x M<* ʽxnֺix Ec Mn +B, =xE ɽ xEɱx ʶE * h{֮, +ɨ, Pɱɪ, +hSɱ, j{֮ +n VMɽ {ɮ Mn <ix g MB , Vɺɺ ʽxnֺix E ʱB Jiɮ {n Mɪ * ɽn, 15 +Mɺi {ɽ ɽ 15 nx iE ɨ ci * ʽxnֺix E +M Ex E ʱB Vɶ E M<* +<B+< E Mn + S<x, ɤ gɴ n * ƨɮ E uɮ |ʶIh n Vi * EҮ P] |ʶIh n Vi * ɽ V M +B, +iEn +B, ɮEɮ {Ux Sɽi E Eix +iEn +B* ʽxnֺix E Eix Jiɮ , EE ɽ ʮɺ i * <ɨ ɮ nx BE + , ɽ Jֶ E i * Vɤ ɮ Jɱɡ + +{E Jɱɡ l i x Jn E E +{ ɽ Vxi x <B* +V ɽ M ɽi * +{ EҮ E ɮ ɽi Ei * EҮ E SɱM, nx E i Ei Ex Vɤ Ei +BM, +Mɱ ɮ SS M i iBM E E E Vɽ E Vxi <, Vɺɺ EҮ ɮ l Sɱ Mɪ*

... (ɴvx)

BE xxҪ n : E Sɱ Mɪ?

... (ɴvx)

x ɴɱ :Sɱ xɽ Mɪ, Ex Sɱ Vx E Ʀɴx +{x {n E n *

... (ɴvx)

ɮ l E xɽ V Ei*

... (ɴvx)

+Vn EҮ E x n, V +Vn EҮ ɽ <x M E ]xM n Vi * x {g l, VxEɮ nM i +SU M* 40 B ] , Vɽ ]xM n Vi * =xE |ʶIi EE =x ɽ V Vi *

ɽn, +ɨ E ɮ ɽi M E Sxi , +{ɺ ʴxi Ei E +ɨ E ɮ EU xEɱ* +ɨ BE ɮ MB l i x +ɨ M {U, ɽ x Sɽi * = E M E +<B+< uɮ ɽ +iEn gx E ʱB |ʶIh n * M Ei E ɮ {ɺ { xɽ * Exp ɮEɮ x Ec {ɪ n, iɤ E E V l, ɤ E {i * Ex ɽ { M iE xɽ {ɽS* ʴɱɺ V x iɪ E 64,000 Ec {B EҮ x E ʱB + ɤ E ʱB JS EM* EҮ E ʴEɺ E ʱB Ec {ɪ Exp ɮEɮ E iɮ Mɪ, Ex ɽ M iE xɽ {ɽS, <E ɮ Sxi x SʽB* <xx iɪ E +bɱb E M <E ɪn * ֨< ɽ ɨ ʴɺ] B l* |vxɨj V E +n Ei , =xx ɽ E ɺ j ֯ E* n>n <ɽҨ x Ƥ< 12 ɨ ʤɺ] EB l* +{ Sɽ i =xE < xɨɮ n Ei * ʴn j V E ɽi +n Ei * Vɤ EO E ii l i = x E ʱB +{ұ E l, iɤ = E E xɽ +B?

... (ɴvx)

284 M ɮ MB*

ɽn, ɮEɮ E v< nx Sɽi , V ɮ Vɴx x r EE ɽ Vi ʺɱ E, Ex Vxi E c< V{ V E ɮEɮ x Vi * x {Eix E +M Jx E ʱB, lɪɮ x nx E ʱB V Vxi E, =ɨ ɡ *

... (ɴvx)

{Eix +<B+< uɮ Miʴvɪ g * ... (ɴvx) <ɺ {ɽ EO E ɮEɮ l*

{Eix E +{ ]ʮ] ]] Pʹi E xɽ Ei * Vxx Sɽi E +{ B Exɺ |ɪɺ E Vɺɺ {Eix +iEn ]] Pʹi VB* xxҪ ʴɱɺ V, +{E ix Sɽi E +] V E |vx j xx {ɽ Eֱ 14649 P]xB <* M {ɮ + ֮I ɱ {ɮ 17000 ɱ B + <ɨ 17860 M ɮ Mɪ* ɮ |vx j V E xx E n 1998 Eֱ 551 P]xB <, 201 ɱ ֮I ɱ {ɮ B + 361 M ɮ Mɪ* {ɪɱ] V, +{x ʴɱɺ V x + ɮ nx x <x {ɮ Si Ei E * ɮ |vx j V E {U + ɮ ɮEɮ E {U ɮ nx * ʴxi E |vx j V < ɮ Ec Ec EɮǴ< E VB Vɺɺ M E M E < ɮEɮ E ɪ ֮Ii *

x ʺƽ (]b) : +vI ɽn, xl <Ǻ] + Vɨ-EҮ gi B +iEn {ɮ ɽi n ɽ * +iEn E gx E E Eɮh ? nںɮ M x Sɽ < x nJ Ex {Vɤ ɱ x +iEn E Eɤɱ E* ɽ nx n +i Vɤ +iEn ɽ-] E =` E Vi l* = ɨɪ ɮ n n Vi l* ɽ nx + xɽ ڱ Vɤ c-c ɮnɮ Mƴ Uc E ɽ Sɱ MB* ɽi M ɽx ni l* = ɨɪ Si l E {Vɤ E Mɪ ? < ɨɪ i <vɮ-=vɮ Ex E xɽ * +iEn x 25 Vɮ {Vʤɪ E i E P] =iɮ n l*

... (ɴvx)

SHRI BASU DEB ACHARIA (BANKURA): Sir, the Home Minister should reply tomorrow.

MR. SPEAKER: Yes, the reply is tomorrow. Today, we want to complete all the speeches.

SHRI BASU DEB ACHARIA : Thank you, Sir.

x ʺƽ : {Vɤ V EU +, =E ɮ ɤ Vxi * Vɮx ʺƽ ʦbɴɱ E EO {] x <iɱ E* Vɤ +Eʱɪ nɮ {c M<, =E n +Eʱɪ x =E <iɱ E* Vɤ {i M E ɽ x EOʺɪ E l + x +Eʱɪ E l i nx x =E l Uc n* +iEn E Jɱɡ Ji x{] VB* =xx {Vɤ E xEx {ɽSɪ* < ֱɪ xɽ V Ei* {Vɤ ɮEɮ +{x xi iɤnұ E* fb ɽ ` * |Eɶ ʺƽ n ix ɱ +ʮE xɽ MB* =xx bi B {Vɤ E <Ex ʽ xɽ ʱɪ* =xE <Ex cx E ʽi xɽ {c* nJ E +iEn E c-c ɮMx V nnɮ ʺƽ v V +ʮE i , ɽ +iEn E ɽ nn ni * {Vɤ ɮEɮ = ]] M] xi * Vɤ ɽ nJi E +J Jֱi * = +xxn{֮ ɽ {ɱ ]] n Vi * B +nʨɪ E |ɸɪ nM i +iEn E Eɤɱ xɽ E {BM* Exp ɮEɮ < ɮ xi xx E ʱB <vɮ-=vɮ x nJ* {Vɤ E ɱ x SʽB*

MR. SPEAKER: It is not necessary.

ɽ VMɮ + MɮҤ ={ɶɨx j ( Jn ʺƽ fb) : <xx {Vɤ ɮEɮ {ɮ ɽ <Vɨ Mɪ E nnɮ ʺƽ V +ʮE , ɽ +iEn * E =E E B xɨ xɽ +ɪ + x =x B E< Eɨ E* ɽ +ʮE E ʶɮh +Eɱ n E |Vb] * V +n ɽ xɽ , = {ɮ B <Vɨ Mx Mɱi i * B i xɽ x SʽB*

... (ɴvx)

x ʺƽ : ɽ ɽɪi + {ɪ ni * +iEn cx E ʱB E ʺɪɺi E <iɱ xɽ Ex SʽB* +Mɮ n E ɱ Sɽi i +iEn E Jɱɡ cx E ʱB BE xi xB + <ɺ Ji x{]* {Vɤ ɽi +iEn E <ʱB Uc Mɪ E {ʱɺ x =xɺ Eɨ ʱɪ l* BE +iEn x Ei E, = {Ec ʱɪ Mɪ* =x nںɮ +iEn E {Ec n* ʡ = Uc n Mɪ* fb ɽ, B {Vɤ Ec +iEn Vx E {ʱɺ x <ʱB Uc E ɽ =xE nn E l* ʡ +iEn x x, B |ɪɺ Ex SʽB + xi xx SʽB* + Mƴ M E {ɺ lɪɮ * +{ BE {ɱ ʽ SɱB* ɽi +iEn E {ɺ lɪɮ ʨɱM* +Mɮ E E Jֶ Ex E ʱB B EM E ɽ ɮ {ɺ + Mɪ i +{x Mɪ*

Vɤ =E Jɱɡ i ɽ ɮ xɽ * B xɽ x SʽB* V +iEn , =E +iEn ɨZ Vx SʽB* iɦ +{ <E Eɤɱ E EM xɽ i <E Eɤɱ xɽ EM* <ʱB ɮEɮ E +{ұ EM E +{ i i ɽi E Mɮ EO ɱ J VB* 1980 E 1982 iE V <xx <] {{ɮ Vɮ E , 1984 E n =ɨ Eix ]M E M<? V +iEn l, =xE l i E M<* +Eʱɪ E l ɮEɮ i E M<, {ɮ +Jɮ E Ex {c? =E E< ɦ xɽ +* ɽ iSi Ex E ʺɱʺɱ Ƥ Ei VBM i +iEn E gɴ nx E Eɨ +{ EM* <ʱB +{ɺ MVʮ Ei E +iEn cx E ʱB ɦ {]Ǫ E ɽM E BE ` xi x<B, Vx ]] WMɮ , =xE { nVB* WMɮ BE J Eɮh +iEn E* nںɮ {ʱ]E {]Ǫ E <E_ EE +{ +iEn ʴɮv xi x<B, iɦ +{ <E Eɤɱ E EM*

<x ɤn E l +{E vxɴn Ei *

VE Jɱ (+{֮uɮ) : xxҪ +vI V, ɹ]Ҫ ֮I B ɮ n +iEn E V ɨɺ nJ< n , < ʴɹɪ {ɮ SS Ex E ʱB +{x Z x E V +ɺɮ |nx E , <E ʱB +{E vxɴn nx Sɽi *

+iEn E {] E ɨɺ xɽ , E |nɪ E ɨɺ xɽ , Ex Vxi >{ɮ =`E nJx SʽB EE ɹ] E ֮I E ʱB ɽ ɽi c Jiɮ * Vxi >{ɮ =`E +Mɮ +iEn E ɨ{i Ex E Eʶɶ xɽ EM + ɦ |n E M E ɽɪi E +ɨ Vxi E +{x ʴɶɺ E |n E M ɽM E |lx +Mɮ xɽ EM i +iEn E ɨɺ E ɨvx Ʀɴ xɽ M* Sɽ ɽ Vɨ-EҮ E ɨɺ , Sɽ ɽ {ڴiiɮ V E ɨɺ+ E ffx E |ɪɺ E x , Ex +ɨ Vxi E V +lE ɨɺB , xɪn ɨɺB , =xE ffx E Vɤ iE |ɪɺ xɽ EM, iɤ iE +iEn E `E Eɤɱ xɽ E {BM* +lE ʴEɺ E l l VxiE ɨvx Ex E ɮ Sxix Ex SʽB* VxiE ɨvx E iɮE xEɱx {cM* {] E xi+ E, M E BF n ]ɱ E bɪɱM Ex E +ɴɶEi * xl <Ǻ] V M , V +iEn E S{] + MB , =xE xɪn ɨɺ+ E Vxx E +ɴɶEi * iɦ < ɨɺ E Eɤɱ E EM* <ʱB nx E ɦ n B Mɽ j V xɴnx Ex Sɽi E E n E >{ɮ nɮ{h xɽ Ex SʽB E < n E Vɤ ɮEɮ l, = ɨɪ < ɨɺ E ɨvx xɽ + + ɨɺ gi Sɱ M<* Ex E n E >{ɮ nɮ{h Ex E Vɪ ɦ ʨɱE < ɨɺ E ɨvx Ex E ʱB Eʶɶ E* {ڴiiɮ V xWnE Ƥv * Vɤ ʴǺ E l, iɤ x xWnE ɽ E M E nJ * ɽ E M ɽi v + i-|vx ƺEi ɽ E EU V , ɽ ʽ+ E ɨx ɽi Vn * <ʱB ʽ+ E ʴɶɺ x E +ɴɶEi * ִ {g E ʴɶɺ x E +ɴɶEi iE =xE Mɱi ɺi {ɮ Vx E E*

+V V BE nںɮ {ɮ nɮ{h Ex E Eʶɶ Ei * < ɺi E UcE ɨɺ E ɽ ɨvx Ex E n |ɪɺ Ex SʽB* +vI ɽn, +{E vɨ ɽ xɴnx ʴɶ { |vx j V + Mɽ j V Ex Sɽi * <ix EE +{x Eiɴ ɨ{i Ei *

SHRI ADHIR CHODHARY (BERHAMPORE, WEST BENGAL): Mr. Speaker, Sir, thank you for giving me this opportunity to speak. Today, we are dwelling on such a sensitive issue which concerns us all. There are so many political stalwarts here in this House who have already participated in this debate ventilated their views. I would just like to add a few lines to that.

Sir, I would like to confine my speech to the Kashmir issue only. As far as Kashmir is concerned, we do always nurtured a great emotional attachment to it. I firmly believe that Kashmir is an integral and inseparable part of India. For thousands of years, it has been a part of our vision. This is a sacred land where Hazratbal, Amarnath and so many religious places are situated. In this land all kinds of religious and cultural thoughts had flourished without being interrupted and found home.

Sir, for generations, millions of people, from across the world, have been captivated by this serene and picturesque land. Therefore, whenever we visualise Kashmir it comes to us an emblem of peace, an epitome of beauty, as a heaven on the Earth and as a crown of Mother India. But the moment we face the ground realities in Kashmir we get shocked and confounded. It is deplorable to note that that very land has been turned into a hot bed of militancy; a cradle of death and a breeding ground of fundamentalism. Therefore, we cannot afford ourselves to be complacent over Kashmir.

Sir, militancy in Kashmir owes its genesis way back to the 1971 Indo-Pakistan war. In that war Pakistan was defeated and as a sequel to that war Bangladesh got liberated from the yoke of the coercive regime of Pakistan. Since then, in retaliation to the humiliating defeat at the hands of the Indian Army, Pakistan has been hatching conspiracies against India. Under the nomenclature of Operation Gibraltar, Operation K-2 and Operation TOPAC, Pakistan has been waging a low-intensity warfare against us.

Therefore, in this regard I would like to recall a statement made by the Prime Minister of India, our departed leader, the late Indira Gandhi. When she was asked to comment on the Indo-Pak war, she replied:

"The war and the victory of Bangladesh is not the victory of Bangladesh alone. All countries that attach values to the dignity of human soul must welcome the victory as a milestone in man's march towards freedom".

In the same breath she also exhorted us not to be complacent and to be ever vigilant on Kashmir.

Sir, there is no denying the fact that in the wake of Pokhran II nuclear explosions we began to live in a hallucinatcny world which led us to believe that Pakistan would no longer be able to wage a war against us.

Sir, the bus diplomacy, the Lahore Declaration had generated a false sense of confidence which was percolated down to our body polity as a result of which we were caught unawares at the Kargil sector and we witnessed that a battle was fought in the mountains over Kargil. That battle is history's first direct combat between two nuclear powers.

I repeat that there is no room for complacency as far as militancy in Jammu and Kashmir is concerned. If we observe carefully the evolution of militancy in Jammu and Kashmir, we may come to the conclusion that it has graduated from the liberal phase to extremity, from extremity to insurgency, from insurgency to proxy war, and from proxy war to Kargil war, I mean, Kargil conflict according to official jargon.

We get depressed that in spite of taking measures, there is no respite in militancy. Arson, looting, mayhem, murder, rape, rocket-launching, grenade-throwing are all daily incidents affairs in Kashmir. Infiltration is rampant there. Violence is continuing unabated. Massive exodus from exchequer have been squandered away on reinforcement of security network in Kashmir. However, not even a semblance of peace is in the offing. We know that thousands of Kashmiri pandits have either been killed, or perished, or fled away. I would like to ask a specific question to hon. Home Minister. What measures has he taken to rehabilitate those Kashmiri pandits who are living in despair?


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