“Invitation to the heads of SAARC counties symbolises the dignity of this great event. It also has a immense importance for peace in the entire region. The message has gone well and the distances developed due to various reasons in the past should now be reduce.
We should not forget that Britishes created many conflicts in our country. The first War of Independence in 1857 was fought unitedly by both Hindus and Muslims. We lived peacefully then. But the British fueled conflicts before and after the creation of Pakistan. Kashmir is one of them. It was intentionally complicated even after formal accession into India. I feel Kashmir’s integration and continuation with India is more important for progress and prosperity of the people of Kashmir.
There is a large section of Muslims there which is not follower of Sunni traditions. What is happening with the Shias in Pakistan is an open fact, which should not be ignored. Since the traditions of Islam in Kashmir are different from Sunnis, the Kashmiris themselves want to live with Bharat. The Britishers propped up some leaders there so that conflicts continue forever. I feel with the coronation of Modi this conflict will be resolved permanently. There are so many Muslims in the country. If the number of Hindus is less in Kashmir, can the people seek separate status? Do you want to create Pakistan in each district or state of the country? This cannot be permitted.
The new government has come with full majority and I hope this will prove fruitful for the country to move in right direction. Bharat will emerge as a superpower. And we have already stepped forward in that direction.”