Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah on Friday accused ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of creating rift between different religions in wake of forthcoming Lok Sabha elections 2019. The National Conference (NC) leader also claimed that Muslims and minorities are feeling threatened in India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi must come forward to clarify that this nation belong to all.
“I think we’re facing tragedies. It’s unfortunate that we’ve a situation where war is looming on our heads. We want peace and understanding between people. Unfortunately in this election ruling party is creating a rift between various religions and it’s a tragedy for this country,” said Farooq Abdullah while speaking to reporters today.
He added,”Muslims and minorities feel threatened. I think PM should make it very clear that this nation doesn’t belong to one party or one sect of people. He should make it very clear that it belongs to all of u and &we’ve to live in peace and harmony with each other.”…
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