Senior leader of ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Member of Parliament, Muzaffar Hussain Baig, who attended the All Party Meeting (APM) under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Friday said the story of Kashmir was that a 10-year-old Madrasa pass-out boy wearing a skull cap and a short trouser thinks Kashmiris are living in slavery under Hindus and that Hoors are waiting for them in Janaat if they fight them.
“The story of Kashmir is that these boys are calling the shots,” Baig said addressing the APM. One of the founder members of PDP, which advocates of self-rule, said Kashmir cannot be given to any country as a treaty even if India wants to. “If India wants, it can give other states away but not Kashmir,” he said.
Reacting to a comment of AIMIM leader, Asaduddin Owasi that government should not have imposed curfew in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district to sabotage Hurriyat’s programme of giving relaxation to the people after 6 pm, Baig said women in Baramulla were creating trouble by coming out on the streets and raising slogans.