Omar Abdullah said on 370, on August 5, 2019, some people fell victim to misunderstanding, we all had to bear the brunt
National Conference leader and former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah is a constant attacker on the central government and the BJP. Ever since the abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, they often attack the BJP and the central government. In the midst of all this, once again referring to August 5, 2019, he has indirectly targeted the BJP. According to news agency ANI, Omar Abdullah said that a lot happened on August 5, 2019 and after all, why did it happen, because we were divided. We scattered.
Along with this, he further said that we were weighed in different scales. Some people's respect was bought. Some fell victim to misunderstanding. But, we all had to bear the brunt. During a program in Poonch, the former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir said that today no one can say that there has been any improvement in his life after August 5, 2019. We were told that if 370 goes, the atmosphere of fear will end here. But, that fear has intensified. There has been no shortage of that.
Earlier, the statement of Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah had come to the fore regarding the loudspeaker controversy. He had said that a wrong atmosphere is being created for politics in our religion. It is not just about hijab, we are being told that loudspeakers should not be used in mosques. If there are loudspeakers in other places, why not in the mosque? This is being done intentionally to tease us. Because the light remains on for the rest of the time, but suddenly there is no light during urban and iftar. Please respect our feelings.