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Dragging Kashmir Politics Into JNU Row Is A Recipe For Disaster

The Delhi Chief Minister recently said that the BJP is an anti-national party because it is not arresting the 'outsiders'--by implication Kashmiri youth--who chanted anti-India slogans in JNU. The reason, it was implied, is that the BJP does not want to displease its coalition partner PDP in J&K. At the India Today Conclave, Rahul Kanwal also tried to grill BJP president Amit Shah along similar lines. These two political expressions speak volumes about the downward spiral of Indian politics.