Kashmir incomplete without KPs: Farooq Abdullah
JAMMU, Jan 20: Farooq Abdullah, Former Chief Minister and National Conference president today said that it was very sad and sorry affair that Kashmiri Pandits had to leave their homes in 1990 due to the eruption of militancy and he always wanted them to return in Kashmir as Kashmir is incomplete without them. This was stated by the National Conference president, Dr. Farooq Abdullah while talking to the media persons today after attending the marriage ceremony of NC’s leader son in Jammu along with provincial president of NC, Devender Singh Rana.
While referring to the yesterday’s statement, Farooq Abdullah said that it was unfortunate the way his comments had been projected and said that he have never been insensitive to the plight of Kashmiri Pandit’s. He said that he always wanted them to be there and can’t dream of Kashmir without Kashmiri Pandits.
While replying to the another question on Peshawar University attack, Farooq Abdullah said that Pakistan should wake up and start friendship with India so that together they will be able to fight with these elements. He also said that it is a big tragedy in Peshawar and these attacks will take place unless we together fight them.
With Inputs from- Daily Excelsior