Former chief minister Omar Abdullah on Monday mocked at the Jammu and Kashmir government for a crackdown in Jammu and Kashmir summer capital, Srinagar after 17 years.
Taking a dig at the ruling dispensation, Abdullah wrote on Twitter: “Crackdowns return to Srinagar. Another ‘achievement’ of the Mufti government.” Last week, Abdullah had also boycotted the assembly session saying that government has no moral responsibility to rule if it thought that civilian killings were not an issue.
Meanwhile, security has been beefed up ahead of 26 January. Earlier, the opposition National Conference walked out of the legislative assembly to protest against the army chief’s remarks on Kashmir and the crackdown in Srinagar. (PTK)