New Delhi: Hitting out at the Government over its advisory issued asking tourists and Amarnath Yatra pilgrims to leave the Kashmir Valley ‘immediately’, the Congress on Saturday alleged that the Centre is spreading fear on Kashmir.”The Home Ministry order has scared citizens. Tourists and pilgrims have never been asked to leave abruptly like this… The government is trying to create an atmosphere of hate, saying that Kashmir is unsafe for outsiders. We condemn this decision by the government of India,” said senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c detailsAt a Press meet in the presence of former Sadr-e-Riyasat, J&K Karan Singh, state’s party in-charge Ambika Soni, P Chidambaram and Anand Sharma, Azad said the pilgrimage was never stopped or tourists in the Kashmir Valley were never asked to go back during the previous governments in J&K. Questioning the recent advisory of troop build-up, he asserted that the situation in the Valley is “worrying” and the deployment of the additional forces is a “matter of concern”.