In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW’s Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, panelists — Siddharth Nath Singh, National Secretary, BJP; Maroof Raza, Consulting Editor, Strategic Affairs; Brijesh Kalappa, Spokesperson, Congress; Prof Kamal Mitra Chenoy, Professor, Centre for Comparative Politics & Political Theory, JNU; and Shabnam Lone, Senior Advocate — discuss Pakistan High Commission’s decision to hold consultations with Kashmiri separatist leaders just before the first-ever Indo-Pak NSA-level talks, and the move not going down well with the Indian government.
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Speaking on Pakistan’s invite to separatists for talks, Congress spokesperson Brijesh Kalappa today said, “In our country there is a deep crisis, it is a crisis of both internal and external security.” “Here is a situation where the Pakistani flag is being unfurled, the Pakistani national anthem is being sung by traitors such as Masarat Alam and Asiya Andrabi, people like Geelani are being given a passport. This has never happened in any regime earlier and this is the first time this is happening,” he added. On the second debate of THE NEWSHOUR tonight, Editor-in-Chief
Arnab Goswami and a panel consisting of Siddharth Nath Singh, National Secretary, BJP, Maroof Raza, Consulting Editor, Strategic Affairs, Brijesh Kalappa, Spokesperson, Congress, Prof. Kamal Mitra Chenoy, Professor, Centre for Comparative Politics & Political Theory, JNU, Shabnam Lone, Senior Advocate, discussed Pakistan’s invite to the separatists ahead of India-Pakistan NSA-level talks.