Asks PM Modi to go through history of Jammu and Kashmir
Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday reiterated his promise of getting back the State’s executive posts of Sadr-e-Riyasat and Prime Minister while asking the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to go through the history of Jammu and Kashmir.
“We have not been asking something new. We have had our own Prime minister and Sadr-e-Riyasat till 1965. Whatever, I talked about is part of the constitution,” Omar said while addressing a gathering in Pattan area of Baramulla district.
Omar said that PM Modi should go through the history of Jammu and Kashmir which will give him an insight about Jammu and Kashmir.
“He (Modi) should read the history of India and see under which circumstances Jammu and Kashmir became part of India,” Omar said.
On Monday, Prime Minister Modi had attacked the opposition over Omar’s comments.
“National Conference wants 2 PMs, 1 in Kashmir & 1 for rest of India. Does Mamata Didi agree? Does U-Turn Babu agree? Does Pawar Sahab agree? Does former PM Deve Gowda Ji agree? Shame on the Opposition! Till Modi is there, no one can divide India!” the prime minister had tweeted on Monday.