Hansraj Ahir: No one can stop India from wresting back PoK

Hansraj Ahir: No one can stop India from wresting back PoK

Abdullah was referring to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

That (PoK) is Pakistan's and this (J-K) is India's.

Mr Ahir also claimed that PoK remained part of Pakistan due to mistakes of previous governments at the Centre. Though it is presently occupied by Pakistan, it is still a part of India. "If we try to get PoK back, no one can stop us because it is our right", Ahir had said on the sidelines of a function in Delhi.

Abdullah's remark drew huge flak and a Bihar court even ordered the filing of an FIR against him on charges of treason. "A case has been filed against me". Look at his situation, he does not know Kashmir. They (Pakistan) drop a bomb, common people and soldiers die here (in Kashmir) and when a bomb is dropped from here, our people and soldiers also die there (AJK). The posters were pasted by the workers of Manavadhikar Janshakti Party (MJP).

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Jammu based social activist Sukesh Khajuria filed a complaint with District Magistrate against Farooq Abdullah and actor Rishi Kapoor for their remarks on PoK under section 196 of CrPC.

"Bangladesh is only a so-called friend because evidently it has caused India most harm through illegal intrusion and as such going ahead it is only the smart technologies which will help us curb this menace", the minister said.

Reacting to Ahir's comments, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister and NC leader Omar Abdullah asked what was stopping the government from taking back PoK. "The restoration of autonomy to J&K is non-negotiable".

He also was quick to point out to PM Modi that his Independence Day speech also underlined the importance of embracing the people of Kashmir.

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