Congress former president Rahul Gandhi's statement over the current situation in Kashmir is getting support from Pakistan. Pakistan's president and leaders are tweeting and sharing an incident of stopping Rahul Gandhi at Srinagar airport to not entering Kashmir. Now Rahul Gandhi tweeted a video and Pakistan started reacting to it also.
Pakistan's popular newspaper Dawn published Rahul Gandhi's tweet on their front page. Let us tell you that Rahul Gandhi on Kashmir issue wrote, "It's been 20 days since the people of Jammu & Kashmir had their freedom & civil liberties curtailed. Leaders of the Opposition & the Press got a taste of the draconian administration & brute force unleashed on the people of J&K when we tried to visit Srinagar yesterday."
In the video, Rahul Gandhi can be seen saying that I have been invited by the governor and now I have come but I have not been allowed to exit the airport. The media persons are being treated badly and they are being told lie. After this tweet of Rahul Gandhi, Pakistan has started speaking against India.
Noticeably, a delegation of leaders tried to enter Kashmir on 24th August but the authorities didn't allow them to enter Kashmir. The delegation included Congress leaders Ghulam Nabi Azad, Anand Sharma and K.C. Venugopal, CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury, Tiruchi Siva (DMK), Sharad Yadav (LJD), Dinesh Trivedi (TMC), D.S. Raja (CPI), Majeed Menon (NCP), Manoj Jha (RJD) and D. Kupendra Reddy JD(S).