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“Omar Abdullah Joins Rahul Gandhi for a Historic Yatra”

"Omar Abdullah Joins Rahul Gandhi for a Historic Yatra"
"Omar Abdullah Joins Rahul Gandhi for a Historic Yatra"

“Omar Abdullah Joins Rahul Gandhi for a Historic Yatra”

National Conference (NC) chairman Omar Abdullah tweeted on Friday that bipartisan Bharat Jodo Yatra march leader in Jammu and Kashmir, Rahul Gandhi, was not performing this action solely for the execution of the image overhaul of the politician, but in order to energize the atmosphere and change the country.

The previous Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir decided not to delve into Congress’ stance on revoking the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

The Bharat Jodo Yatra campaign was not designed by former Home Minister Rahul Gandhi to boost his own political reputation. But it’s an attempt to heal resentment in the country.

Mr. Abdullah said it was more important that he be part of the group for the expression of corporate social responsibility than for himself’s image. “We don’t participate in this event in order to glorify ourselves, but for it to serve as a symbol of a country’s government,” he stated.

The NC chief hours after said the Congress chief had ordered the yatra ostensibly not for personal reasons but as a result of his worries about the efforts to construct communal tensions and target minorities in India.

This government might be making friends with Arab countries, but the fact remains that there are absolutely no representatives of the largest minority in the nation in this government.

It may be a resurgence since Independence that the ruling party doesn’t have any member of parliament — either in Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha — from the Muslim community. It shows their attitude.

On Mr. Abdullah speaking on the jurisdiction of the house of representatives on the abrogation of Article 370, he said, “We will make the case for restoring Article 370 in court. The whole manner in which the government is delaying the hearing of the Senate indicates that our case will be very strong.”

On the elections in Jammu and Kashmir, he has stated that he has been eight calendar years.

The most recent assembly elections were held in 2014. This has been the longest period between the elections in Jammu and Kashmir. It wasn’t even fiancé at the height of militancy.

The Indian government wants individuals from Jammu and Kashmir to take part politically.

We were not afraid of begging, and we will not beg.

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