SRINAGAR: Former Chief Minister and National Conference MP Dr Farooq Abdullah declined to comment on the exit polls of the Karnataka assembly polls, stating that he would wait for the final results.
Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a party function in Jammu on Thursday, he said that those who were once pro-Pakistan in Kashmir have suddenly become Indian to weaken the National Conference. Without naming any individuals, he criticized politicians who are now with the Indian government, questioning how they could have changed their stance so abruptly.
Regarding the G-20 event, Farooq Abdullah mentioned that it is nothing new as one country hosts it every year, but added that it provides an opportunity for countries to discuss their problems and find solutions.
In his speech earlier, the former CM also claimed that intelligence agencies have trained 15,000 children to provide them with information through mobile phones.