Shocking! Kashmir labelled as 'Indian Occupied' in UP Congress booklet

  • Shocking! Kashmir labelled as 'Indian Occupied' in UP Congress booklet

Shocking! Kashmir labelled as 'Indian Occupied' in UP Congress booklet

A booklet depicting the failures of three years of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government may land the Congress party in a controversy as it has described Jammu and Kashmir State as "Indian Occupied Kashmir". What we got in return, Pakistan army invaded the Kashmir border and beheaded the solders of the Indian army', alleged Gulam Nabi Azad adding " what has been the response of the NDA government against the provocations by the Pakistan army'.

However, neutral observers deny the existence of any such document with the argument that had it been there, India would have made it public at some national or worldwide forum. "This printing mistake does not change the party's policy", said Tripathi.

Speaking to reporters here, senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad slammed the government claiming that its Pakistan policy was "immature" while its policy towards China was "not clear". In fact, the recent GDP numbers conclusively prove that this very government was responsible for this massive downslide."He charged the Modi government of relying on statistics to create an illusion of economic growth."Unemployment has risen and the corporate sector has taken a hit, but the Modi Government is relying on statistics to create an illusion of economic growth. It is condemnable", he was quoted as saying by news agency PTI". He sends mangos to Pakistan prime minister and later saree for his mother and he himself went to Pakistan on his way from Afghanistan to India.

India has long maintained a tough stand against the China-Pakistan corridor that passes through disputed part of Gilgit and Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK).

This is not the first time that Congress has found itself in the unwarranted debate about Kashmir.

Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee (UPCC) spokesman Satyadev Tripathi, however, said the map was a "printing mistake".

The difference between the BJP and the Congress is that "we admit our mistake but they don't".

Referring to what he described as the abysmal GDP numbers of this quarter, Mr. Singhvi said they were so poor that Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's responses to the press on Thursday were "full of utter confusion, perplexity, hypocrisy, bewilderment and even bemusement. he said "Demonetisation can not be identified as the sole reason for low GDP growth" (while saying simultaneously) that 7%-8% is a reasonable area of growth". In 2014, the BJP displayed the map with same error in their website.

Reacting to the incident, BJP Delhi spokesperson Tajinder Bagga said he would file an FIR.