What are the Charges Framed by Government against Jammu and Kashmir Ex-CM Farooq Abdullah

Chargesheet also tells about Pulwama attack on February 14 that Mr. Abdullah had said that “It was not a terror attack, it was a conspiracy of the Indian government.”

Jammu and Kashmir Ex-CM Farooq Abdullah (PC: The Asian Age)

Twenty seven charges have been framed by Government against Srinagar MP to detain him under PSA (Public Safety Act). The charges included 2 FIRs registered in Srinagar and one in Delhi in 2016.  One of the charges describes that Mr. Abdullah (Srinagar MP) has violated “Freedom of Speech” and encouraged violence. He has misused his political position “for asking the new generation of Kashmir to pick up arms and propagated secessionist ideology.”

The complaint lodged against him says that he had made 13 statements about Article 370 and Article 35A “for the purpose of rebellion against India.” 

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The Chargesheet filed against him says that Mr. Abdullah the move by Centre to abrogate special status of J&K from the Constitution to change the demography of Muslim-majority state.  He has also charged with that on two instances in 2018 he gave statements against the sovereignty of India by saying “Pakistan occupied Kashmir” (Pok) is an integral part of Pakistan.”

The Chargesheet also says that Mr. Abdullah has offered support to separatist leaders of Kashmir by saying “we stand by you and will not let your efforts go waste.” Chargesheet also tells about Pulwama attack on February 14 that Mr. Abdullah had said that “It was not a terror attack, it was a conspiracy of the Indian government.” He asked people of Kashmir to be prepared for “mass struggle.”

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