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Omar slams Azad for backtracking on Article 370
11/29/2021 11:07:03 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik

Early Times Report

Kishtwar, Nov 29: National Conference Vice-President Omar Abdullah on Monday today hit out at veteran Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad for backtracking on his stand on revocation of Article 370.
Addressing a massive public rally here, Omar said that he was shocked to read Azad’s statement wherein he had termed revocation of Article 370 has a forgone issue.
“If Congress can’t withstand its own legacy, how will it protect the legacy of others. Legacy of Article 370 belongs more to Congress than us,” Omar said.
“His party and people of Jammu and Kashmir will continue to fight for the restoration of Article 370,” he added.
Omar said that they have full faith in the judiciary and are hopeful that revocation of Article 370 will be reversed in a similar way the way farmers laws were repealed.
Omar said that BJP government fired all their cylinders to break the National Conference—but they failed to break it even though they were put behind the bars.
Omar also slammed the administration for dancing on the tune of BJP leadership beside also take power project managements to task for ignoring the aspirations of local unemployed youths by denying them the job opportunities to poor people.
Senior party leader and party General Secretary Ali Mohammad Sagar, Provincial President Jammu Rattan Lal Gupta, Sajjad Ahmed Kichloo, DDC Chairperson Pooja Thakur, Khalid Najeed Surawardhy, DDC member Faisal Hussain also address the public gathering at Kishtwar.
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