- Manipur Governor Najma Heptulla gets irked by Farooq Abdullah’s statement
- She asked him to apologize for his ‘irrelevant’ statement on India’s Territory
- Pakistan had occupied PoK illegally in 1948, says Najma
The Governor of Manipur, Najma Heptulla On Monday countered the former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah over his controversial statement on the ownership of PoK. She also asked him to apologise for this ‘irrelevant’ statement.
Pakistan Occupied Kashmir illegally
The Former Chief Minister of Jammu-Kashmir, Farooq Abdullah has recently made a controversial statement over the ownership of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir(PoK).
In his statement, he said that this part of Kashmir belongs to Pakistan and this truth will not change.
Abdullah, who is the president of National Conference, on Saturday had claimed, “Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) belongs to Pakistan and “this won’t change” no matter how many wars India and Pakistan fight against each other”.
His statement comes days after Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi had rejected the idea of an “independent Kashmir”, saying it was not based on “reality”.
On this statement of the former Chief Minister, the governor of Manipur Najma Heptulla got irked and she asked him to apologise for the same as this is a very irrelevant statement.
Adding to this, she unveiled the history and highlighted Pakistan’s meanness when they occupied Kashmir in an illegal manner in 1948.
Kashmir belongs to India both legally, constitutionally and morally. The agenda of our country is to liberate the PoK, Najma asserted.
Union Minorities Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi had yesterday criticised Abdullah, saying that the National Conference president “talks irrationally sometimes”.
This is not the first time when Farooq Abdullah has made such controversial statement on the existence of Kashmir and its ownership.
The others including Sepretarists of Kashmir are also in the line who use to bring insurgency in the state by their controversial statements. They always try to mislead the innocent populace of the state that ultimately leads to the incidents of stone pelting and attacking the army securing them.