New Delhi: Film director Vivek Agnihotri on Friday opined that "too much democracy" will not work in Kashmir and that the Central government should deal with "zero tolerance" in the Valley.He also alleged that the Congress party is "Hinduphobic" and has been attacking Hindus in Kashmir for a long time now.While speaking to Times Now, Vivek Agnihotri shared his two cents on the recent killing of a Kashmiri Pandit youth."This is the longest, continuing genocide in the history of humanity. It's been continued for the last 32 years. All these people who support terror organisations don't want development in Kashmir. The youth in Kashmir wants to be a part of development. That's why Rahul was targeted as he was a part of the development process," he said.He then appealed to the Central and state governments to go for zero-tolerance. "I don't think too much democracy will work in Kashmir. Just go for zero-tolerance as we did in Punjab earlier," he suggested.Training guns at Congress, the 'Kashmir Files' director said, "Not just the terrorists in Kashmir, today, Congress party has also become Hinduphobic. The party in Delhi is also Hinduphobic. The problem is they associate Hinduism, I don't know for what reason, with Modi.""Their greed for power, their incompetence, their absolute collapse and failure – Congress doesn't know what to do. So they started attacking Hindus," he alleged in his exclusive conversation with Times Now.Rahul Bhat, who had got the job of a clerk under the special employment package for migrants in 20120-11, was gunned down by terrorists inside the Tehsil office in Chadoora town yesterday.