We don't know whether Kashmir is part of India: Azam Khan Samajwadi Party's (SP) firebrand leader Azam Khan stirred a controversy by raising question on whether Kashmir Valley is a part of India. Khan, who recently made an emotional comeback to the party, has put SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav into an embarrassing situation after his public statement in Uttar Pradesh's Badaun district on the Kashmir issue. Khan said there was only one Muslim Cabinet minister in the UPA government - Ghulam Nabi Azad. He insisted that Azad was from Kashmir Valley and "not India" as there was a dispute whether it was a part of India at all. "Only one Muslim minister is there in the (Union) Cabinet and that too not from India, but from Kashmir. That Kashmir, which is still controversial and we don't know whether that is part of India or not...," Khan said. Khan's statement was read as anti-national. The BJP immediately reacted by saying that people like Khan who had doubts over Kashmir Valley being a part of India had no business staying in the country. The SP leader's remark could be seen as playing to the galleries that the UPA government was not fair to the minority community. But the Kashmir remark could raise a lot of heat and put the leader in a spot of bother.