Kamal Nath Hits Out At Shivraj Chouhan For Calling Nehru A "Criminal"

"Nehru is a criminal when it comes to the Kashmir issue. It was because of him that we lost one-third of Kashmir to Pakistan," Shivraj Singh reportedly said.

Kamal Nath Hits Out At Shivraj Chouhan For Calling Nehru A 'Criminal'

Kamal Nath called Shivraj Chouhan's comments "objectionable and condemnable." (File)

Bhopal:

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath on Sunday slammed former Chief Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Shivraj Singh Chouhan for calling Jawaharlal Nehru a "criminal".

"India's first Prime Minister Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, known as the creator of modern India, who fought for independence, whose work and contribution to the country is unforgettable, calling him a criminal 55 years after his death is objectionable and condemnable," Kamal Nath tweeted in Hindi.

Shivraj Chouhan, a three-time Chief Minister, had said in Odisha, "Nehru is a criminal when it comes to the Kashmir issue. It was because of him that we lost one-third of Kashmir to Pakistan".

He went on to say, "when Indian forces were chasing out Pakistanis from Kashmir, Nehru declared a ceasefire and took the matter to the UN".



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