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 Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar’s ban on Muslims from performing ‘Nimaz’ in the open.

Abdullah, after addressing a party rally in South Kashmir’s Anantnag, said that Jammu and Kashmir had joined India which was secular but not India where a particular community is being targeted on one pretext or the other.

The National Conference vice-president reacted to the Haryana CM’s ban on Muslims from performing ‘Nimaz’ in the open, saying that if such a ban was for all religions then it is fine but the ban is for a particular community which has been deliberately targeted. being made and that is condemnable.

Omar Abdullah speaking on PAGD ‘Gupkar Alliance’ unity said that the central government is trying to divide the people’s coalition for Gupkar recession, in the past also some constituents were pressurized and forced to leave the alliance But the rest of the party in the PGD stands by its resolve. Will not bow down to the pressure of the government.

First published:December 12, 2021, 2:15 pm

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