New Delhi: Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Friday termed the partition of the country as "the biggest mistake in modern India" and said that if partition had not taken place, there would have been no discussion on Jammu and Kashmir today.
Speaking at a program of the Vishwa Hindi Parishad organized in New Delhi, Singh said, "The biggest mistake in modern India was the partition of the country. Gandhiji said that if partition happens, it will be on my corpse. They first Disappointed on the occasion of Independence Day and left for Bengal. "
The Minister of State for PMO said, "Did we understand that the division was done only because of the ambitions of some people ... A large section opposed the partition. Had it not been partitioned, then the discussion on today's Jammu and Kashmir It doesn't exist. Jitendra Singh said, "There would be neither Article 370 nor the issue of its abolition." You can see how far we have gone with an accident in history."
Minister Jitendra Singh, who is responsible for the development of the North Eastern Region in the Central Government, further said that the two-nation theory, on the basis of which the partition was done, proved to be fruitless in the day Bangladesh was formed. RSS leader Indresh Kumar was also present at the event.