a problem, because there is a history. Army is there because Kashmir is the part of the idea of India...(He is) questioning the integrity of India as a country, suggesting that Kashmir should be given away," he said.
Bhushan had said deployment of military in Jammu and Kashmir should be undertaken with the consent of people of the state, remarks which led to controvers forcing AAP to distance from it.
The Union Minister also took a jibe at Arvind Kejriwal over the recent incident in which Kejriwal had to leave the venue of the public hearing midway as hundreds of people jostled with each other to register their grievances during a Janta Durbar.
"...And in the end, they run away from the crowds when they find that they cannot handle the crowd. They go to rooftop and then start screaming from there," he said.
Khurshid also downplayed his cabinet colleague Jairam Ramesh's remarks praising AAP and saying that those who do not learn lessons from it will be finished.
"Jairam says such things to me also. He calls me all kinds of names and then tells me that I do not understand. He tells me that if I do not listen, I am finished
"Jairam is a person who has an extremely active mind. He has a very forceful turn of phrases. He is always looking at a different angle from all of us. He never takes the beaten path. But everything that he says is not something to which I will agree with," Khurshid said.