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Pulwama attack: Boycott everything Kashmiri, don’t go to Amarnath Yatra for 2 years: Meghalaya governor

Srinagar: The governor of the north eastern state of India Meghalaya, Tathagata Roy, has appealed the people of India to boycott visiting Kashmir.

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In a tweet, Roy said that people should not visit Kashmir and also not go to Amarnath Yatra for next two years.

The ‘Right-wing Hindu socio-political ideologue’ said that the people should not but articles from Kashmir emporia and Kashmiri tradesman who every winter go to Indian states to sell Kashmiri products.

He tweet: An appeal from a retired colonel of the Indian Army: Don’t visit Kashmir, don’t go to Amarnath for the next 2 years. Don’t buy articles from Kashmir emporia or Kashmiri tradesman who come every winter. Boycott everything Kashmiri. I am inclined to agree (SIC).” (PTK)

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