Jammu & Kashmir

Modi trying to divide India for power, says Farooq Abdullah

National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah and Narendra Modi in frame. [File Photo]

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Anantnag: Former chief minister of erstwhile Jammu and Kashmir state and President National Conference (NC) Dr Farooq Abdullah on Wednesday said that Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi is trying to divide India  just for power only.

Talking to reporters after addressing workers meeting in Shangus area of Anantnag district, Dr Farooq  said that in order to save this nation, Hindus and Muslims have to live together.

He said that for a better future for the coming generations Hindus, Muslims and people of other religions will have to work together.

He said that Modi is trying to divide the nation from his chair, saying that in such a way, Modi is trying to do destruction. The senior politician added that he isn’t playing any religious card but is informing people about the situation.

“All the religions teach us good things. All religions are good,” he added.

He said that Modi is creating disturbance and hatred by visiting religious places like Ram Mandir but he must know that Ram belongs to each and everyone.

Reacting to a query, Dr Farooq stated that he doesn’t have powers to provoke anyone, adding that she was willing to contest elections separately and thus are fighting the Lok Sabha polls without forging any alliance.

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