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JAMMU: Senior BJP leader and former Minister J&K, Priya Sethi on Wednesday slammed the former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir and senior National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah for giving sermons on divisive politics and dismantling walls of hatred.In a statement issued here today, Priya Sethi said “It is a ‘tragedy’ that after sowing the seeds of hatred and divisive politics from decades and propagating the same by way of tacitly supporting terrorism and forcing exodus of Kashmiri Pandits, Farooq Abdullah once again trying to befool the people of Jammu by giving sermons on dismantling walls of hatred. She added that but people of Jammu now has understood his communal politics fully.Former minister further added that Farooq was CM when there was a forced exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from Valley and he is responsible for forced exodus of around 7 lakh KPs from the Valley of Kashmir. This forced exodus was result of his hidden agenda for which he was condemned by several nations of the world as he was the chief minister of the erstwhile State of J&K in 1989-90, she added. Priya Sethi said that she is shocked that instead of encouraging and welcoming KPs to Valley back, Dr Farooq Abdullah as per media reports today has said that return of Pandits not possible till conducive atmosphere prevails in Valley. Priya said that it seem that even after 30 years of forced exodus of Pandits, the people like Farooq Abdullah are not interested in return of KPs to Valley.Priya Sethi Who is the Special invite to NWC too further said that leaders like Farooq Abdullah had contributed a lot in spoiling the image of country in the past too. She said that Farooq Abdullha who is desperately longing for a political refuge today was once used used to dance on the tunes of the Pakistan .
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