Srinagar: Union Minister and National Conference President Farooq Abdullah today said if India becomes communal it will be a tragedy for the state.
After casting his vote here, he said his previous comments which evoked controversy were from his heart.
“Whatever I had said was from my heart. I have never said anything to get votes. I have placed truth before people.
People have to see,” he told reporters. “If India becomes communal that is a tragedy for the state. That is what we should be afraid of,” Farooq said when asked if Narendra Modi becomes the Prime Minister after the elections.
On if he would elaborate on the word “communal”, he said, “Why should I elaborate?”