Bengaluru, July 25 (ANI): Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday said that frustration or anger in the Kashmir Valley cannot be cited as a reason for any Indian to raise the Pakistani flag.
He was reacting to former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah’s statement, wherein he had pointed out that the lack of development in Jammu and Kashmir was leading to such activities.
“I don’t agree with him at all. Any amount of local frustration or anger or unhappiness cannot allow an Indian to raise the Pakistani flag. It is totally wrong and unjustifiable to support any such move,” Naidu told media here.
Abdullah had said the display of ISIS and Pakistani flags in Kashmir was an expression of ‘anger’ and ‘frustration’ by the youth who want to ‘wake up the nation’.
Abdullah had taken up the opportunity to also targeted Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed.
“I am sorry to say, but Mufti Sahab is not understanding the situation. His ministers are continuously looting the people. They think that they are not going to stay for long, so they are trying to make as much as possible,” said Abdullah. (ANI)