The former Chief Minister remarked on some of the questions asked of the Prime Minister saying it would be safe to assume that the British press was not “advised” about the questions to be asked.
In the last five days, police has launched a massive crackdown against separatists and detained more than 300 activists, leaders and former militants from different parts of the Valley.
On Friday, govt also imposed curfew like restrictions in the old city as separatist leaders had called for a joint protest after Friday prayers against the killing of a Kashmiri trucker Zahid Ahmad.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has not spoken publicly over the lynching in Dadri
PM Modi had said that when he had adopted social media he never thought that he would one day become the CM or PM but was just curious to know the world.
Omar also said Pakistan was deliberately creating obstacles in the way of dialogue.
“Review every five years – rejected. One man commission – rejected, VRS takers omitted – rejected, starting years proposed – rejected. OROP fail,” Omar added.
Former J&K chief minister Omar Abdullah said that a journalist who had come to interview him was stopped outside the house by an official of the Central Investigation Department.
Omar’s suggestion came in the wake of uncertainty over NSA-level talks between India and Pakistan following latter’s insistence on meeting Hurriyat leaders.
National Food Security Act was one of flagship programmes of the UPA-II introduced in 2013.
Omar had also questioned Pakistan’s insistence on having a meeting with the separatists.
“Before PDP questions the hard-work, competence and dedication of 65,000 qualified RET teachers, it should do some serious introspection in the same context,” Omar said.
Omar said, “The defence minister of India says that we will use militants to kill militants, meaning we will revive the Ikhwan. Since the statement was made, you have seen the situation in Sopore. One after another, someone is being killed there”.
The twitter handle operator had deleted his account an hour after his tweet triggered widespread criticism on the social media.
“No right minded Kashmiri will support the ghettoisation of Kashmiri Pandits,’’ Omar wrote on the twitter.