If someone likes Musharraf, we’ll give a one way ticket to them: BJP

New Delhi | The Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) on Friday advised Congress leader Saifuddin Soz to move to Pakistan while criticizing his statement on Kashmir’s independence.

Former Union Minister Saifuddin Soz in his book ‘Kashmir: Glimpses of History and the Story of Struggle’ stated that former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf’s statement was right about ‘Kashmir prefer independence’ to joining Pakistan.

Senior Bjp leader Subramaniam Swamy while criticizing Soz’s statement said that whoever wants to stay in India should abide by the Constitution and if they like Musharraf, then, they should move to Pakistan. “As a central minister, he (Saifuddin Soz) benefited from Centre’s power when his daughter was kidnapped by JKLF. There’s no use helping these people. Whoever wants to stay here can stay abiding by the Constitution, if they like Musharraf we’ll give them a one-way ticket (to Pakistan),” Swamy told media.

Senior BJP leader Muqtar Abaz Naqvi said that one should not give any such remarks that boost the morale of separatists and terrorists in the Valley. “Kashmir is itself a critical issue. The Separatists and the terrorists have hijacked the growth, development, and peace of Kashmir. We all must come together forward to defeat such powers. One should not give any such statements that will boost the morale of separatists and terrorists in the Valley,” Naqvi said.

Meanwhile, BJP today posted images of Mr. Tariq Hameed Karra along with Sonia Gandhi and Congress President Rahul Gandhi on their Twitter handle. The party alleged that after Azad and Soz, Karra who speaks in favour of Pakistan has found his rightful place in the Congress party.

“Azad and Soz are not exceptions, another Pakistan proxy finds his rightful place in the Congress party! Mr Tariq Hameed Karra, who is known for speaking the language of Pakistan, recently joined the Congress in the presence of Smt. Sonia and Rahul Gandhi. #CongLeTGathbandhan,” tweeted BJP

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