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Omar Abdullah lashes out at SAS Geelani

14 Novembre 2017

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Monday hit out at Hurriyat (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani for criticizing Farooq Abdullah over his remark on Kashmir freedom.

Omar questioned Geelani if he has courage to react to Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi's repeated statements that "azadi was not an option for Kashmir".

"Can Geelani show me his reaction to the Pak PM who has repeated many times recently that Azadi is not an option for Kashmir".

"Hypocrisy is a Geelani trait", Omar wrote on micro blogging site Twitter.

The orders were passed by a court in Bihar after a lawyer approached the court over Farooq Abdullah's remarks over Azad Kashmir. These irresponsible and short-sighted people have always served the interests of their masters.

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Geelani asked senior Abdullah to revisit the annals of history as "he is speaking against the wishes and aspiration of people".

"Yes, while Farooq Abdullah's ancestors were engaged in a struggle this man was fighting elections & cosying up to Janata Party", Omar wrote on Twitter.

An Indian court has ordered filing of FIR against pro-India National Conference President, Farooq Abdullah, on charges of "treason".

The National Conference supremo had on Saturday dismissed talks of an independent Kashmir as farce and had noted that the landlocked valley was surrounded by three nuclear powers - China, Pakistan, and India. The plea said that the statement was anti-national and divisive, India Today reported.

To add on to the controversy, Abdullah said that PoK (Pakistan occupied Kashmir) belonged to Pakistan and that "this will not change"- despite how many wars India and Pakistan fought.