Bhim Singh charges Omar for sedition

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Srinagar: National Panthers Party chief (NPP) Prof. Bhim Singh today criticized Chief Minister Omar Abdullah over his statement saying that ‘in this year 241 youth returned to Jammu and Kashmir via Nepal’.

Addressing a press conference in Jammu this morning, Prof Singh charged Omar for sedition and endangering the security of the state through ‘his hate and anti-national utterances’.

“Panthers Party has already filed a writ petition in the Supreme Court against Jammu and Kashmir government on this issue,” said Prof Singh adding that it is shocking that the Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir is discussing the conduct of the Indian army in Srinagar today whereas the Chief Minister has no time to discuss the attack by Pakistani terrorists on 26th September, 2013 on Hiranagar police station and on Army camp in Samba. 

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