Omar Abdullah has not clarified yet why he was blocked though.
After Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan revealed that they have named their baby, Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi, the trolling has been relentless and even cruel. In the midst of this, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has a sane response.
The petition accused Farooq of making certain anti-national remarks during an event which was shown on prime time on a leading news channel on November 25, the counsel said.
Reacting to the attacks in Jammu on Tuesday, Abdullah said the government must explain its Pakistan policy to the country in the aftermath of the repeated attacks on forces.
“True to form @MehboobaMufti will look to the centre for everything because she has surrendered all the authority of her office,” he said.
The National Conference (NC) working president said it was an unrealistic idea especially for the people living in remote areas of the state.
Omar Abdullah was referring to surfacing of two variants of 500 rupee notes, which the Reserve Bank of India put down to printing defect due to rush.
Terming Kashmir as a “political” issue that needs “practical and sustainable political” solution, Omar asked the central government to acknowledge the resentment in the Valley.
“Today she has gone from that self-righteous moral pedestal to the role of personally directing arrests and using almost three-decade-old cases to send separatist leaders to jail,” he said.
The opposition benches protested against Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti’s outburst saying everything was not media created.
BJP leader Satpal Sharma said he agreed with the opposition parties that the implementation of the proposals should not take place while the House was still in discussions about the budget.
The main opposition National Conference has described it as an “infringement” on the state’s “special status and autonomy”, and former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has criticised the Supreme Court for going beyond its purview to uphold NEET in J&K.
“The attacks on policemen in Srinagar is a worrying development. Condolences to the families of those who’ve died (sic),” Omar tweeted.
He added that during his tenure as CM, a plea was filed challenging the Centre’s order.
Giving details of subsequent RSB meetings, Akhtar said then CM Omar Abdullah had himself participated in these meetings, barring the 76th RSB in 2014.