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When Nepal and Bhutan are free, why not Kashmir: Pawan Bajaj..

Speaking at the concluding session of the two-day ‘PHD Chamber States’ Conclave’ at Gulmarg, which was chaired by Anil Khaitan, the national president of the PHD Chamber, the chairman of Jharkhand chapter Pawan Bajaj said that there is no problem if Kashmir remains independent.

“Nepal is an independent country and so is Bhutan. What’s the problem with Kashmir if it remains independent,” he said. Bajaj said the only problem India is having with the people of Kashmir is that they raise Pakistani flags. “Everything is fine but the problem arises when people hoist Pakistan flags. Today if people of Kashmir want independent Kashmir, there should be no problem. Nepal and Bhutan are independent countries,” he said.

Pawan Bajaj was all praise for the people of Kashmir. “People of Kashmir are so lovable. They live in harmony and one is unable to differentiate between a Hindu and a Muslim,” he said.

He said that it is the responsibility of the PHD chamber states to issue a statement and ask government to hang the rapists of little Kathua girl. “This ghastly rape incident should not be looked through the prism of religion,” he said.

Pawan Bajaj later said there was nothing wrong in his assertions. “A conscious Indian should think that media is playing negative role vis-à-vis Kashmir. The death of civilians in Kashmir is not a news for them. They can discuss the death of Sri Devi for a month but have no courtesy to discuss a single civilian death in Kashmir,” he said.Bajaj, who is also a Journalist and director of a leading national daily for Jharkhand edition, said that Kashmir is a crime free state and it is the safest destination for women tourists.

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