People feeling unsafe: Omar Abdullah

People feeling unsafe: Omar Abdullah

Voicing concern over the recent killing of civilians, former J&K CM Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said everyone was feeling unsafe. - File photo

New Delhi, October 13

Voicing concern over the recent killing of civilians, former J&K CM Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said everyone was feeling unsafe. He asked the administration to give the people a sense of security cutting across religions.

Pointing out that terror attacks in the UT this year had claimed 28 civilians’lives, Abdullah, who is the vice-president of the National Conference (NC), hoped there would not be a fresh exodus of Kashmiri Pandits and Sikhs, both of whom had been targeted in the recent days. — PTI

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