Dogra Front workers have demonstrated against former Chief Minister Dr. Farooq Abdullah.
Regarding target killing, it was said that it will not stop until justice is done.
Protests also against Pakistan in protest against Keeling, the target of Dogra Front.
Jammu. Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Dr. Farooq Abdullah’s controversial statement on the continuing target killing in the valley has created a ruckus. Now the Dogra Front has registered a protest on this. Protests have been organized against Pakistan in protest against the target killing in Kashmir by the Front. Along with this, the workers of the Front have also demonstrated against Farooq Abdullah. Dr. Abdullah had said about target killing that it will not stop until justice is done.
Dogra Front chairman Ashok Gupta has targeted Farooq Abdullah for his statement. He has asked whether the Gupkar alliance and Farooq Abdullah know in advance when the target killing is to be done. Because yesterday his statement was that till justice is not done, target killing will continue.
It is known that Dr. Farooq Abdullah had reached Katra and Reasi on a one-day visit and there he participated in a conference of National Conference workers. During this, he had given a controversial statement regarding target killing. He further said in his statement that earlier these people used to say that Article 370 is there, due to which all this is happening. But now 370 is over, then why target killing is not stopping.
At the same time, after the shooting of Kashmiri Pandit Puran Krishna Bhatt by terrorists in Shopian, there is a boil across the state. According to ANI, a large number of common people gathered outside the office of All Party Hurriyat Conference in Srinagar on Monday. Angry people first painted white on the party’s board. After this some protesters uprooted the board. Along with this, people wrote ‘India’ on the gate of the office. During this, he also raised slogans against terrorism.
Tags: Dr. Farooq Abdullah, Jammu and kashmir, Target Killing
FIRST PUBLISHED : October 18, 2022, 14:45 IST