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Reprimanding Farooq Abdullah for his assertion that Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) is not India's property to be inherited, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) on Saturday said the former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister has proved that he is not an Indian and is not concerned about the country's interests.
Speaking to ANI, RSS leader Indresh Kumar said, "Farooq Abdullah's statement questioning India's claim on PoK is disrespect to the sacrifices made by the Indian soldiers for Kashmir."
The National Conference leader yesterday stirred a controversy by questioning India's claim on PoK and said it isn't the country's paternal property.
"PoK is presently under Pakistan occupation. It is not the personal property of India so that it could make a claim over it like an inherited property of forefathers," he was quoted as saying by News 18 website while addressing a function in the Chenab Valley.
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