Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr This comes days after Farooq started a contention with his announcement on Pakistan-possessed Kashmir. Days subsequent to starting a debate with his announcement that the Pakistan-involved Kashmir had a place with the neighboring nation, previous Jammu and Kashmir boss priest Farooq Abdullah on Monday set off a crisp line by remarking on raising of tricolor at Lal Chowk in Srinagar. The National Conference veteran pioneer has now challenged the Narendra Modi government at the Center to lift the national banner at Lal Chowk before looking at raising one in Pakistan-involved Kashmir. “They (Center and BJP) are looking at bringing banner up in PoK. I ask them first you go and raise the tricolor at Lal Chowk in Srinagar. They can’t do that here and they are discussing PoK,” he said. Asked whether he was not harming the Indian supposition by making such remarks, he answered, asking “What is Indian conclusion? You think I am not an Indian?” “Whose conclusions would you say you are discussing? Those evildoers who don’t see our agonies. Who don’t see the agonies of our outskirt individuals? How they endure when shelling begins?” he included. Abdullah made these comments while addressing journalists in the wake of paying botanical tributes to Congress pioneer and MP the late G L Dogra on his 30th passing commemoration. At the point when made a request to remark on the current slaughtering of an armyman on leave, he said the Center ought to be made the inquiry as it asserted peace had come back to Kashmir after demonetisation. Abdullah’s remarks on PoK and the national banner incited feedback from Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh. “Farooq Abdullah is fortifying separatists and activists with his questionable comments since he is disappointed. He has overlooked that tricolor is being spread out in all parts of the state including Lal Chowk”, he said. This came days after the veteran pioneer had said that the PoK has a place with Pakistan and that won’t change regardless of what number of wars India and the neighboring country battle. He had additionally assaulted the Center, blaming them for figuring strategies that made collective strain. “You have made one Pakistan, what number of Pakistans will you make, what number of pieces will you cut India into?” he had asked at a rally.