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Farooq irons out differences, `misses’ Azad
JAMMU, Jul 15: Union Minister for New and Renewable Energy Dr Farooq Abdullah today used the opportunity to iron out differences erupted between Congress and National Conference following recent `slugfest’ on account of his sibling Dr Mustafa Kamal’s usual diatribe against the alliance partner and its leadership.

In his address at SKICC, while welcoming UPA nominee Pranab Mukherjee, Farooq cautioned that both the coalition partners needed to exercise restraint and should not allow themselves to engage in ‘slugfest’ much to the glee of adversaries. “Dushman Border Paar Say Bhi Dekh Raha Hai. Main Yeh Baat Apne Bhai Ko Bhi Baar Baar Kehta Hoon…(The enemy from across the border too is keenly watching us. I tell the same thing repeatedly to my sibling as well),” he said.

His words of wisdom continued as he said, “Our strength lies in our unity and it will strengthen the country as well. If India is strong, we’ll be strong. We’ve to live with India and this we should always remember.”

Recently Dr Kamal had raked up the issue of conditional accession of J&K with India besides criticizing central (Congress) leadership also raising question over Indira-Sheikh accord.

In his usual flamboyant style, Farooq also `missed’ Union Minister for Health Ghulam Nabi Azad too on this occasion. “There’s one person missing on this significant occasion….. Woh Doda Baar Baar Jata Hai….. Jabki Main Doda Waalon Say Bhi Kehta Hoon Kay Usay Baar Baar Mat Bulaya Karo….Woh Bina Jaaye Hi Jeet Jayegaa…” Farooq said in lighter vein while referring to Azad.

News Updated at : Monday, July 16, 2012
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