Union Minister Jitendra Singh stated on Sunday that individuals must pray for the inclusion of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) with India in their life after the termination of Jammu and Kashmir's privileged status.
He also underestimated the detention of popular political officials and the Valley communication barrier despite the wiping out of union territories of the government's special status and divergence.
Mr Singh also said addressing a meeting at party headquarters in Jammu and Kashmir on the present socio-political environment. They are fortunate it occurred in their entire life (revoking the unique status). It's because of the ultimate sacrifice of the three generations.
He also said following this remarkable step, let us continue moving forward with a positive thought of liberating PoK from the occupation of Pakistan and make it an essential part of India in line with Parliament's unanimously adopted resolution (in 1994).
Hope that we see PoK's unification with the nation and that individuals visit Muzaffarabad (PoK capital) openly. Without calling the Congress for approval of the detention of former prime ministers Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti, the minister of the Union said that it was "needlessly a major problem.
He also said that the state has taken many moves to keep peace under the same constraint or purpose. Congress arrested Sheik Abdullah, founder of the National Conference. That was not the case in Kashmir.
Protecting the move on Article 370, he said some individuals were disappointed because they had developed a narrative in the nation that no authority could eliminate Jammu and Kashmir's privileged status.