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Senior Hindutva leader tells Farooq Abdullah: leave India, if you feel suffocated here

Senior Hindutva leader Indresh Kumar on Monday hit out at National Conference president Farooq Abdullah over his remarks that people of Jammu and Kashmir may have to make “sacrifices” like agitating farmers to get back their rights, saying it shows that he loves violence, not peace.

The RSS leader also suggested that Abdullah should leave India to live in any other part of the world that he likes if he feels suffocated in India.

The RSS leader also slammed PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti for staging a protest in the national capital against alleged repression of people of the union territory, saying “it has become a fashion for her to tell lies”.

He also said that both leaders from Jammu and Kashmir should stop playing “politics of provocation” and stop becoming an obstruction in maintaining the unity and integrity of the country.

“His statement clearly shows that he loves violence, not peace. He is saying that he will get everyone killed, keep them hungry,” Kumar told reporters here at a press conference when asked for his comments on Abdullah’s remarks.

“Farooq Abdullah had earlier said that help of China will be taken for the restoration of Jammu and Kashmir’s special status. Shall we accept it? Never. It’s nonsense. If he feels suffocated here, he should go wherever he wants, Arab or America. His wife lives in England. He can also think of going there to live with his wife. He will remain happy,” the RSS leader added.

Abdullah on Sunday said the people of Jammu and Kashmir may have to make “sacrifices”, as farmers protesting the new farm laws did, to restore its statehood and special status.

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