Former Chief Minister of India occupied Kashmir Omar Abdullah termed the unilateral move by the Indian government to revoke Articles 370 and 35A as a total betrayal of the trust that the Kashmiri people had reposed in India when the state acceded to it in 1947.
“The decisions will have far-reaching and dangerous consequences,” Abdullah said in a statement. He added that the unilateral, illegal and unconstitutional decisions will be challenged by the National Conference. “A long and tough battle lies ahead. We are ready for that.”
“We are facing a long and fierce battle and prepared for it,” Abdullah said. The government in New Delhi lied us that they were not intending to take decision (on the matter). It announced the decision after changing the occupied valley into a cantonment, Abdullah said.
Now the democratic voice of hundreds of thousand of people of occupied Jammu & Kashmir is imprisoned under the deployment and presence of the innumerable number of soldiers, Omar Abdullah lamented. “We are facing a long and fierce battle and we are prepared for it,” Abdullah added.
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