Farooq Abdullah said – The government wants to kill me, Shah said – willingly inside the house:

Former Chief Minister and National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah appeared for the first time a day after the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Bill was introduced in the Rajya Sabha on the abolition of special state status from Jammu and Kashmir and he said in a terse tone The doors of the house have been closed.

Our Murder is Planned

Our murder is being planned. It also alleged that Home Minister Amit Shah lied to Parliament in the matter of Jammu and Kashmir.

Jammu and Kashmir

While presenting the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Bill in the Rajya Sabha, Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday said that the status of special status received under Article 370 from the state should be abolished and the state should be recognized as 2 union territories. This bill was passed away from the Rajya Sabha a day earlier, while today the bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.

Undemocratic decision: Farooq

Meanwhile, many prominent politicians kept under house arrest in Kashmir have not yet come forward to present their views, but after the changed situation, former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah appeared in public for the first time this afternoon and termed the Centre’s decision as undemocratic.

However, for the first time, Farooq Abdullah appeared in front of the media talking to people from the balcony of his house. He told the media that people have been put in jail. The doors of my house have been closed. As an MP, he should have been in the House at this time, but he is not in Parliament. On the question of being absent from Parliament, he clarified that the doors of his house have been closed.

Amit Shah lied: Farooq

While Farooq was answering the questions of media, Balakni was deploying a large amount of force outside his house. Farooq Abdullah targeted Home Minister Amit Shah and said that he lied about Jammu and Kashmir in Parliament. He further said that we are not any stoners. My son (Omar Abdullah) has been imprisoned. She is in a lot of trouble.

Amit Shah

Earlier, Home Minister Amit Shah had said in the Lok Sabha that former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah is neither in the custody nor has he been arrested. Shah commented on this when NCP MP Supriya Sule said that Farooq Abdullah would sit in their pocket. He is not present in the House today and his voice is not being heard.

Former Chif Minister

The former Chief Minister accused the central government of plotting to murder him and said that the conspiracy of our murder was being hatched. We will go to court against this decision of the Center.

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