Bihar court orders filing of FIR against Farooq Abdullah over PoK remark

Prove My Father Wrong By Taking Back PoK From Pakistan, Says Former CM Omar Abdullah

Rishi Kapoor in his tweet has agreed with Farooq Abdullah's opinion that Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) belongs to Pakistan and no matter how much the two nations clash PoK will still be Pakistan's.

India, however, maintains that PoK belongs to India, as it was invaded by Pakistan in 1947.

"On November 12, there were reports in the media that Abdullah had said PaK was a part of Pakistan. That is Pakistan and this is India". "Their (Abdullah and Kapoor) statements on POK clearly reflect their thought on line of treason". He said that such irresponsible and misleading statements show the wavering stand of the party and its president who resorts to such obnoxious statements for remaining in limelight. Now, he is speaking in a different tone.

On February 22, 1994, the Indian Parliament passed a unanimous resolution that demanded "Pakistan must vacate the areas of the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir, which they have occupied through aggression; and resolves that all attempts to interfere in the internal affairs of India will be met resolutely".

Farooq Abdullah's statement came days after Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi had rejected the idea of an "independent Kashmir", saying it was not based on "reality". But if we want and try to get back PoK, there is no one to stop us because this is our right, " the minster said during the sidelines of an event in the capital on Thursday.

It also sought cancellation of Abdullah's passport.

The three-time former Chief Minister said the erosion of the State's autonomy was the genesis of its political problems.

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