Blaming BJP for creating controversies and disturbing tranquility in the Indian Kashmir, Omar Abdullah asked the party not to go ahead with its plan to hoist the Indian flag in Srinagar on January 26. BJP has defended flag hoisting at Lal Chowk by saying that Kashmir is Indias integral part. When Kashmir is now quiet, they (BJP) want to set it on fire again. Omar told reporters while replying to a question on the 'Kashmir Chalo rally of the youth wing of the BJP and its plan to hoist the Indian flag at Lal Chowk in Srinagar on January 26, the Rising Kashmir reported. He said the saffron party has made it a trait to ignite fire for political mileage. The Indian flag will be hoisted at all the district headquarters, government buildings, police and army establishments besides at Bakshi Stadium in the heart of Srinagar city by a Minister. Does BJP consider all this irrelevant and hoisting of flag by any individual of their party at Lal Chowk, a relevant one? he questioned. If their aim is to set Kashmir afire, please tell them to stop. If there are repercussions, I will hold them personally responsible. They should not hold me responsible if there is a fallout of that in Kashmir. They will have to come and sort it out. They shall not hold me responsible, Omar said. Meanwhile, the BJP defended the partys decision to hold Indian flag in Srinagar. "BJP maintains that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India. Our youth wing has planned our own programme as a part of our national sovereignty, national solidarity campaign from West Bengal to Kashmir. I think it is a welcome program. We are marching with the national flag not in only one state but several states of the country, why should anybody object to this campaign of national solidarity and national sovereignty, Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha and senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley said.