“India is less about territory and more about an idea. And, that idea essentially includes Jammu and Kashmir. And Jammu and Kashmir minus from India means we will have to redefine India in some form. But the idea of India becomes incomplete if Kashmir is removed from it,” Khurshid said
Elaborating further, Salman Khurshid said it was rather self-destructive to say that “everything which is negative should be put at the door of colonialism in our country”.
Political analyst Tehseen Poonawalla said that the BJP is systematically dismantling the constitution of the country by shielding and protecting the real culprits in the Malegaon blasts case.
India has expressed disappointment over China putting a last minute technical hold over its move to ban Azhar in connection with his alleged involvement in the Pathankot terror attack.
The rolling trophy, given to the university that wins all the three segments (Hindi, English and Urdu) of National Tri-lingual Debate, went to Aligarh Muslim University this year.
Khurshid has said that the UPA-II government tried to push peace talks with Pakistan, despite the 2008 Mumbai attacks that made “business as usual” very difficult.
In an email invitation which seemingly takes a dig at BJP, the former Union minister lists out these issues to drive home the point that the year gone-by was not good but a ‘horrendous’ one.
Khurshid describes his new book ‘The Other Side of the Mountain’ as a concise biography not of one person but of the many who were part of the UPA.
BJP spokesperson Meenakshi Lekhi said they are trying to gain lost ground by visiting ISI headquarters, which is an “insult to India and its nationalist Muslims”.
“This is one of the major reasons as to why the foreign policy is not able to give positive and effective results,” Khurshid said.
Salman Khurshid said there was no need of going back into history as the government of the time did what it felt was necessary.
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Salman Khurshid said the Congress is a long-distance runner and keeps the belief that there is a place for it in Delhi’s heart.
Khurshid, sources said, is set to argue there was no wrongdoing in the allocation of licences.
Most of these leaders star campaigners in recent polls