Modi was busy shooting a film at the time of Pulwama attack: Farooq Abdullah

Srinagar . National Conference (NC) chief Farooq Abdullah on Tuesday hit out at the Center over its claim of peace in Jammu and Kashmir and said the Prime Minister was busy shooting a film when CRF personnel were killed in the 2019 Pulwama terror attack. 40 soldiers were martyred. Abdullah said that if the situation had been normal then what encounter would have happened in Kulgam and Surankot? He said, “Our soldiers are being martyred…for how long will you let them die? They martyred 40 CRPF personnel in Pulwama (in 2019).

“The then governor himself had said that the (explosive-laden) car was moving around the area for three weeks and when it reached the spot, innocent people were martyred,” Abdullah told reporters in Baramulla during an election rally. . What was the Prime Minister doing? He was shooting a film in the forest.” He said the then Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satyapal Malik had told the Prime Minister that ”it is our fault that 40 CRPF personnel lost their lives”, but Modi They were told to remain silent and also said, “We have to hold the other country responsible.”

“This is the situation and you are saying there is peace,” Farooq said. If there had been peace, would I have had so many security personnel with me? Where is peace? Thank God we are roaming freely here. But they are creating hatred across the country, Muslims are being targeted, their beards are cut and asked to raise slogans of Jai Shri Ram.” The former Union Minister accused the BJP of creating hatred in the country and Asked, “Is (Lord) Ram only his?” He said, “Whoever prays in what way is their own choice.” This is a free country. But it will not remain free. They will dictate to us what to wear, what to eat and where to offer namaz.” Farooq said. Do you remember how “they demolished our mosques, madrassas”, and then they “killed everyone Together, they claim ‘Sabka Vikas’ and ‘Sabka Beda Gark’.

He said, “When India became independent, we joined not (Narendra) Modi’s India but (Mahatma) Gandhi’s India.” We want to bring back Gandhi’s India where we can walk and talk in a dignified manner.” Meanwhile, NC leader Omar Abdullah, while talking to reporters after an election rally in North Kashmir’s Kupwara district, alleged that the PDP Chief Mehbooba Mufti, during her tenure as Chief Minister, had opposed the removal of the controversial Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA) from Jammu and Kashmir. Umar said, “I have not forgotten this. When I was talking about the removal of AFSPA here (in 2012-13), Mehbooba Mufti had said that Omar Abdullah was insulting the army.

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