The above statement was made none other than Telangana CM KCR's daughter and Nizamabad MP Kavitha. Speaking to an English daily, Kavitha said, Telangana and Jammu & Kashmir were not part of India but they were forced to merge with the union of India after the Independence.
“Both Telangana and Kashmir were not part of India before 1947. They were separate nations. But we were forcibly annexed to the Indian Union after 1947. Our troubles have started since then,” said Kavitha. Further expressing her views on Kashmir, Kavitha said, “we do come out clean, few parts of Kashmir are not ours and we need to draw International borders.”
These comments of Kavitha were not appreciated either by BJP or Congress party and criticised Kavitha to make statements on sensitive issues with complete knowledge. Abhishke Singhvi has slashed Kavitha and said, “perhaps inadvertently casts serious doubts on the integrity and legitimacy of the Indian Union.”
Kavitha's remarks also touched Pakistan and leading daily of the country 'Daily Times' has supported her statements. The issue is getting bigger with each day passing and it is high time, that Kavitha should reconsider her statements before the Parliament takes up the matter.