New Delhi, Aug 10 (ANI): Speaking on the Kashmir issue in Rajya Sabha, Congress leader Gulam Nabi Azad on Wednesday challenged PM Modi’s recent dialogue on Kashmir issue and said that Kashmir is not just to be loved for its beauty, but one must also love Kashmir for its people, who have suffered because of protests. He said that militancy was rampant in the Valley but one must understand that militants would remain ‘militant’ as they do not have any religion. He also alleged the ruling party of not understanding the pain as they did not lose their near and dear ones. Taking cue from militancy, the Congress leader said there is a difference between communalism and separatism. Azad further added that as opposition they only demand peaceful integration of Kashmir with the rest of India but for that congregation, there was a need for the integration of hearts and mind between the people of the Valley and rest of India.