J&K special status fiddled with whenever NC not in power: Omar

SRINAGAR: Alleging that forces inimical to State’s unique status are trying their level best to weaken Jammu and Kashmir’s identity and integrity, National Conference (NC) vice president Omar Abdullah claimed that the State’s special status was fiddled with whenever his party was not in power.

Mr Abdullah, who is the former chief minister of J&K, alleged that the ban on Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) was a thought-out match fixing between BJP and PDP to help the saffron party save its face value in rest of the country and also help Mehbooba-led party to milk the situation here in Kashmir. (AGENCIES)