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Azad arriving today: Lal Singh demands action against Mustafa
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JAMMU, Nov 16: Terming as "anti-national" the controversial statement made by National Conference additional general secretary Dr Mustafa Kamal, Congress MP Chowdhary Lal Singh on Friday demanded action against him.

“Congress was hurt by the anti-India remarks made by its coalition partner NC's additional general secretary Mustafa Kamal. Our alliance with the NC is a compulsion but as an individual, I see him (Kamal) as anti-national and he should be punished for his remarks,” Singh told reporters here today.

The Udhampur MP said his remarks were absolutely "anti-national" in nature and had he been in power, he would have put him behind bars under the sedition charges.

"Anybody, who sees the country as enemy must be punished for being anti-national. Kamal needs psychiatric help,” the Congress MP said.

Accusing India of having rejected a no-war pact with Pakistan and the Army of being hurdle in the return of peace in state, Kamal had said on Sunday that India given its stubborn attitude, "is our biggest enemy."

However, later, Kamal retracted from the statement saying he was misquoted.

Regarding Taj-Malhotra spat, Lal Singh stated that it was not harming Congress interests anyway.

Singh also said 14th Shaheedi Diwas will be observed at Kathua, in which Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad would be the chief guest.

Azad, who is arriving tomorrow, will also present “Ghulam Nabi Azad rolling trophy’ to the meritorious students of Lawrence Public School, Jammu in a function at General Zorawar Singh auditorium at 9.15 AM.


News Updated at : Saturday, November 17, 2012
 
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