Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Sardar Patel was prepared to offer Kashmir to Pakistan in lieu of Hyderabad, says Congress leader Saifuddin Soz..

Sardar Patel was prepared to offer Kashmir to Pakistan in lieu of Hyderabad, says Congress leader Saifuddin Soz.
हैदराबाद के बदले कश्मीर पाकिस्तान को देने के लिए तैयार थे सरदार पटेल- सैफुद्दीन सोज

हैदराबाद के बदले कश्मीर पाकिस्तान को देने के लिए तैयार थे सरदार पटेल- सैफुद्दीन सोज


Calling Jawaharlal Nehru and Patel "incredible children of India", Soz said Sardar Patel was a realist and in "accordance with some basic honesty, offered Kashmir to Liaquat Ali Khan", the primary executive of Pakistan.

"It is my book and I am mindful… gathering ought to have no trouble", Saifuddin Soz said.

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was happy to offer Kashmir to Pakistan in return of Hyderabad, yet Jawaharlal Nehru was sharp that the area stayed with India, senior Congress pioneer Saifuddin Soz said on Monday at the arrival of his book on Kashmir. The Congress had requested that every one of its pioneers avoid the occasion, yet previous Union clergyman Jairam Ramesh went to the occasion.

Former  Union minister  P Chidambaram was to discharge the book, titled Kashmir: Glimpses of History and the Story of Struggle, however he passed by the gathering choice and did not go to the occasion. The Congress had before rejected cases made by Soz in the book. At the occasion, Soz said the Congress has nothing to do with the book. "It is my book and I am dependable… gathering ought to have no trouble."

Former  Union minister Arun Shourie and Jairam Ramesh at the dispatch of Congress leader Saifuddin Soz's book . Anil Sharma

Calling Nehru and Patel "extraordinary children of India", Soz said Patel was a logical thinker and in "accordance with some basic honesty, offered Kashmir to Liaquat Ali Khan", the main PM of Pakistan. He said Patel in the parcel gathering told Khan, "Don't discuss Hyderabad-Deccan… is it associated with Pakistan by street or via ocean… .what is your case there? You can't have it".

Veteran columnist Kuldip Nayyar, who was press officer to previous PM Lal Bahadur Shastri, said that after the 1962 India-China war, Shastri had said "If Pakistan had gone to our assistance to support... (If their troopers and our own seeped in the war and later Pakistan requested Kashmir, it would have been hard to state no)".

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