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India our enemy: Omar Abdullah’s uncle

Wednesday, 14 November 2012 - 9:00am IST | Place: Srinagar | Agency: DNA
A political storm has hit the ruling coalition in Jammu and Kashmir after National Conference leader and chief minister Omar Abdullah’s uncle Sheikh Mustafa Kamal said India not Pakistan is their enemy and the Indian army is the biggest hurdle to peace in the restive state.

A political storm has hit the ruling coalition in Jammu and Kashmir after National Conference leader and chief minister Omar Abdullah’s uncle Sheikh Mustafa Kamal said India not Pakistan is their enemy and the Indian army is the biggest hurdle to peace in the restive state. 

“Pakistan has always said sign a no-war pact with us. Why is not our country accepting it? If India will delay it further, I shall have no hesitation in saying that our country is our enemy. Pakistan is not our enemy,” Kamal said while addressing NC workers at Kishtwar.

Embarrassed, Omar later broke his silence and hit out at his uncle without naming him. “I don’t need anyone to make things difficult for me when I have relatives to do it for me…. They say never work with animals & children. I think it’s safe to add relatives to that list as well,” he
tweeted.




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