BJP using diversionary tactics as it failed to provide justice to people in Jammu and Kashmir: Omar Abdullah
Omar Abdullah said his party will scuttle every attempt of the BJP and will safeguard the rights of the people to start a new phase of development, once it returns to power.
He said Gupkar Alliance should not allow the BJP and its “A and B teams” to create division of votes. “However, it is my suggestion.
It further stated Abdullah would cooperate with investigative agencies as there is no wrongdoing on his part.
The party's statement came after the central probe agency questioned Abdullah in Delhi in connection with the purchase of a building by the J&K Bank about 12 years ago.
The former chief minister said an atmosphere would be created for the return of Kashmiri Pandits.
National in-charge of the BJP Information and Technology Dept. Amit Malviya took to Twitter after Abdullah alleged that 'the film is not totally factual' and 'many lies are projected in the film.
Former Jammu and Kashmir CM Omar Abdullah said an atmosphere would be created for the return of Kashmiri Pandits.
Addressing the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin's autobiography release event, Abdullah said during times of adversity one understood who one's friends were.
He was commenting on a video that has surfaced on social media showing some men sporting saffron scarves heckling a woman in 'hijab' and raising slogans at a college in Karnataka.
They were conveyed that they were under house arrest.
Gupkar Alliance spokesperson Yousuf Tarigami, with PDP chief Mehboboa Mufti and National Conference president Farooq Abdullah and vice-president Omar Abdullah, was placed under house arrest.
BJP plotting to pass resolution in favour of Article 370 revocation in J&K Assembly after polls: Omar
“They want to pass the resolution so that they can tell the world that J&K don’t want any change in it,” former J&K CM and National Conference vice president Omar Abdullah said.
The former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister also said the saffron party knew it that it will fall short of the majority in the House on its own whenever elections are held.
Abdullah said 'this was not the India' to which Jammu and Kashmir had acceded.
PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti, who is very critical of Article 370 revocation, recently said BJP is creating proxy parties by dividing the regional parties in J&K.