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The LG, DGP and the Center respond to the situation here, not me: Farooq | India News


JAMMU: Referring to the situation in Jammu and Kashmir, the former prime minister of the former state, Farooq Abdullah, said on Sunday that those who shout from the top of the mountain that all is well here must respond.
When asked about the death of the son of Krishna Dhaba’s owner, who was cremated on Sunday, Abdullah said: “We have already said that the incident is tragic and regrettable.”
“Those who shout from the top of the mountain that all is well here and bring ambassadors here to show how good it is, must answer for that, not Farooq Abdullah. It is the lieutenant governor who must answer if the militancy has died; DGP should answer who every day says that everything is over, “added Abdullah.
On February 17, terrorists belonging to the Jaanbaz Muslim Force, an offshoot of the Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist group, attacked Krishna Dhaba in the Durganag area of Srinagar when 24 foreign diplomats visited the territory of the Union. The restaurant owner was shot and killed and his son seriously injured. On Sunday, he too succumbed to his injuries.

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