The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) on Saturday lashed out at National Conference president Farooq Abdullah for questioning India's claim on Pakistan occupied Kashmir. RSS leader Indresh Kumar said that former J&K CM's comments shows that he is not a "Hindustani".
"Aaj ye baat karke yeh bata diya hai ki kam se kam woh Hindustani nahi hai aur Hindustan ka sagga bhi nahi hai (By saying this he has proved that he is not an Indian)," Kumar told news agency ANI.
Kumar further said that Abdullah's remarks have insulted the sacrifices made by the security forces for Kashmir.
According to reports, Abdullah had on Friday taunted the government saying Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) is not a personal property to be inherited.
"Kya yeh tumare baap ka hai (Is this your fathers' property)," Abdullah was quoted as saying by News 18 website yesterday.
Addressing a function in the Chenab Valley, he had reprotedly said that PoK is presently under Pakistan occupation and it is not the personal property of India so that it could make a claim over it
like an inherited property of forefathers.
Abdullah had on Wednesday said that autonomy to both sides of J&K was the solution to the end the nearly seven-decade major problem between India and Pakistan.
Farooq Abdullah k stmnt se mujhe lagta hai jitne aaj tak balidaan kiye gaye hain Kashmir k liye unka apmaan unhone kia hai-Indresh Kumar,RSS pic.twitter.com/q5Pz0cg3HK— ANI (@ANI_news) 26 November 2016