Farooq Abdullah: Farooq Abdullah sang the song of Raj Kapoor’s film in the Parliament premises, said – migration will not be right on the atmosphere of hatred in the country
Farooq Abdullah: Farooq Abdullah said that the fire of hatred in the country has to be ended by uniting.
Farooq Abdullah: National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah, who is often in headlines due to his statements, appeared in a different style in the Parliament complex on Friday (December 23, 2022). Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah hummed the song of Raj Kapoor’s famous film ‘Mera Naam Joker’. He sang the song ‘Jeena yahan marna yahan, isse siwa jaana kahan’ while talking to the media at Gate No. 2 of the Parliament complex. Farooq Abdullah said that there is an atmosphere of hatred in the country, but leaving the country is not the solution.
Talking to the media, Farooq Abdullah also gave his reaction on the statement of RJD leader Abdul Bari Siddiqui. The former Union Minister said that it is true that the country is going through difficult times. Hatred has increased, but leaving the country is not a solution. He said that we have to unite and end this fire of hatred from the country. Not all people are bad, there are a great number of good people.
Country cannot be strong if any person is left behind: Farooq Abdullah
Abdullah said that if this country has to be saved, be it Muslim, be it Hindu, be it Sikh, be it Christian, we all have to live in brotherhood. Ramrajya was that everyone is equal. If any countryman is left behind, the country cannot be strong.
In fact, senior RJD leader and former Finance Minister Abdul Bari Siddiqui recently advised his children living abroad that the environment in the country is not right. If you get a job abroad, take it. If you get citizenship then take it. Because India is no longer a livable country. Controversy arose after his statement and he is facing a lot of criticism.
Reacting to the same remark by the RJD leader, Abdullah said that it is true that there is hatred in the country, but leaving the country is not the solution. We have to fight this hatred by staying here together.
After this statement of Abdul Bari Siddiqui, Bihar BJP spokesperson Nikhil Anand said that whom does Siddiqui want to please by making provocative statements? It would be better if he goes to Pakistan. Anand said that the statement of RJD leader Siddiqui is condemnable. These people have still not been able to come out of the Madrasa culture. Such people run anti-national and religious agenda under the guise of secularism and liberalism. Siddiqui’s statement reflects the ideology of RJD.