Srinagar April 15: National Conference president Farooq Abdullah Monday challenged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address election rally in Kashmir if Valley is an integral part of India.
Reacting to Prime Minister’s statement that Abdullahs, and Muftis have “ruined” lives of three generations of the state, Farooq accused Narendra Modi for being “anti-Kashmiri and anti-Muslim”.
The National Conference chief challenged Prime Minister to address election rally in Kashmir. “You can’t address election rally in Kashmir because you deceived Muslims and did no justice to Kashmiris. If you believe Kashmir is an integral part of India then why don’t you address rally here. You made strict laws, used pellets but could not win hearts of Kashmir. If Kashmir is an integral part of India then do justice to us?” the former chief minister asked, while reciting the phase of an Urdu poetry, ‘Hum wafadar nahin, tu bhi tau dildar nahin’.
He compared Modi with Firon.
Firon was an oppressor and an arrogant king of Egypt who ruled for several years and was a very famous pharaoh because of his cruelty.