Personal freedom is considered a favor by the government: Omar Abdullah after the alleged arrest of Mehbooba Mufti
The vice president of the National Conference (NC), Omar Abdullah, said on Friday that personal freedom is treated as a favor by the government, giving it and withdrawing it at will, without interference from the judiciary.
The former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir was reacting to the alleged house arrest of the Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party, Mehbooba Mufti.
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“Parking a truck in front of our doors is now standard operating procedure for this manager. They recently did the same to my father to make him stop praying. Personal freedom is treated as a favor by the government, to give and withdraw at will, without interference from the judiciary, ”wrote Omar Abdullah on Twitter.
On October 30, her father and North Carolina President Farooq Abdullah were unable to leave their residence to offer prayers at the Hazratbal shrine on the occasion of Eid-Milad-un-Nabi.