PoK and Aksai Chin are also part of Jammu and Kashmir: Amit Shah
He was replying to Congress leader of the House Adheer Ranjan's sought a clarification from the government over the issue.
"I want to make it very clear once again that J&K is an integral and inseparable part of India. There is absolutely no doubt over it, and there is no legal dispute on this," Amit Shah said in Lok Sabha. He was replying to Congress leader of the House Adheer Ranjan's sought a clarification from the government over the issue.
"When I say Jammu and Kashmir, it includes PoK. Both Indian and J&K constitutions also say that the state is an integral part of India and this gives us the right to form laws for the state, which includes PoK and Aksai Chin," he added.
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