Omar Abdullah questions PM-Modi-led Central govt. for keeping mum over crisis in Kashmir Valley

Srinagar: Ex Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah who is worried about the current situation in the valley, questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi for remaining mum over the same.

Taking to Twitter last night, he wrote, “Heart breaking & worrying in equal measure. At what point will the Centre (read Hon PM) wake up to the crisis here?”

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This comes following killing of three security personnel amid violent protests here. Also, on Friday, the opposition National Conference working president attacked the Centre for saying that the situation in Kashmir was getting better.

Omar had written, “1 (one) more unfortunate death, countless injuries today & the Centre tells the Hon SC (Supreme Court) that ‘things are improving’. Wow!”

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He further went on to say that it is only the ruling coalition partners – PDP and BJP who agreed to situation improving here.

“Seriously? By which stretch of imagination? I haven’t met anyone in the Valley except the BJP-PDP ostriches who agree!” he wrote.

In the apex court, the central government said that law and order situation in Kashmir Valley has improved considerably ever since violence hit the place following killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani on July 8.

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