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Dad shares dais with Singh, son sings different song
Abdullah Doublespeak Exposed!
1/19/2023 11:46:41 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 19: Even as the former Chief Minister and National Conference, vice-president Omar Abdullah has objected to the invitation for the Bharat Jodi Yatra to former minister and senior leader, Chowdhary Lal Singh citing “issues over Katra rape and murder”, the NC leader’s father and predecessor, had shared dais with the same Dogra leader some months ago.
During a rally of the so called Peoples Alliance for Gupkar Declaration or PAGD in Jammu province over a year ago, Dr Abdullah and his Peoples Democratic Party counterpart Mehbooba Mufti were seen sharing the platform with Chowdhary Lal Singh.
In the picture, Lal Singh is seen sitting next to the Mehbooba Mufti who is sitting right next to Dr Abdullah and all of them addressing the gathering.
The social media in Jammu and Kashmir has taken a dig at the alleged doublespeak of the Abdullahs accusing them of “selective memory loss.”
“Daddy Karein To Chamatkar, Rahul Kare to Mood Kharab,” said a netizen.
The National Conference vice-president Omar Abdullah on January 18 had said that former minister Lal Singh cannot use Bharat Jodo Yatra to “whitewash his communal record” in the Kathua rape case. Lal Singh had left the Congress and joined the BJP before forming his own political party.
“They tried to save the rapists and put blame on the victim. If record of assembly are taken out today, everything will be open,” Omar added.
Omar’s comments had come a day after Congress spokesperson Deepika Pushkar Nath resigned from the party for allowing Lal Singh to be a part of the yatra. Nath, as a lawyer, had represented the victim’s family.
Omar said that now, the same Lal Singh will try to use the Bharat Jodo Yatra to portray himself as secular. “This is a big lie. The Congress leaders should see who all are joining the yatra and check their recent track record,” he added.
But Omar’s own father was seen rubbing shoulders with Lal Singh.
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