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Panun Kashmir slammed Omar for his statement in Boston
2/16/2017 10:23:47 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Feb 16: Panun Kashmir slammed the former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah for making an irresponsible and vague statement in Boston, US. He was speaking in a conference at the Harvard University in Boston on a discussion titled "Kashmir-Breaking the Impasse" The President of Panun Kashmir Vijay Bhat said that the Omar Abdullah was lying at an international forum by terming the Kashmir issue as a political one and no development ,whatsoever, can solve it.
But the fact of the matter is that the Kashmir problem is not a political one but a communal problem based on the two nation theory of partition of 1947 which still hangs on the rotten mindset of these type of Politicians, said Vijay Bhat.
In a meeting held in Jammu, the Convenor Ravinder Jalali ridiculed the Omar Abdullah for blaming India and Pakistan for the sufferings of Kashmiris. Ravinder Jalali termed it as a blatant lie and questioned Omar for not stating the facts that it is the Kashmiri Pandits who have suffered the most in Kashmir at the hands terrorists from within and outside, aided and abated by the local population and the tragedy is that it has happened in secular and democratic India.
Why is he (Omar) afraid of naming Pakistan alone for the sufferings of Kashmiris? When ever he has to name Pakistan, he combines it with India. Even if he (Omar) had an iota of conscious left in him he could have spoken about the sufferings of Kashmiri Pandits but he always advocates for those who are against Indian establishment, said Ravinder Jalali.
President Vijay Bhat took a jib at the former Chief Minister for giving different connotations at different levels to suit his convenience. Omar is blaming Mehbooba for the unrest in valley in 2016 but forgets the unrest of 2010 when more than 100 were killed and then justifies the action of security forces. Omar Abdullah did not speak a word about the Huriyat and separatists there by inter-alia supporting them and their mission which is nothing less than ceding Kashmir from India. The Huriyat and the separatists are nothing but extending arms of Pakistan and ISI and anybody supporting the separatists and Huriyat are only helping Pakistan and ISI.
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