Omar says Haryana Chief Minister’s move is against Muslims and based pick and chose. It should be for all or none

Srinagar. Omar Abdullah condemned the Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattars ban on muslims to perform ‘Nimaz’ in open.

Abdullah after adressing a party rally at Anantnag in South Kashmir said that Jammu and Kashmir had acceded to India which was secular but not the India where a particular community is being targeted by one or other pretext.

National conference vice president while reacting on the Haryana CM’s ban on muslims to perform ‘Nimaz’ in open said that if this kind of ban would have been for all religions it’s ok but the ban is for particular community which is being targeted deliberately and the same is condemnable.

Omar Abdullah while speaking on PAGD ‘Gupkar alliance’ unity said central government is trying to split the People’s alliance for gupkar deceleration, in past as well some constituents were pressurised and forces to leave the alliance but the remaining party’s in PAGD stand firm in their resolve and will not bow down before government presure.

first published:Dec. 12, 2021, 2:15 p.m.

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