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Why condemn only some killings, asks Omar

Wednesday March 20, 2013 02:24:38 PM, IANS

Jammu: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Wednesday took a dig at those who are "selective" in condemning killings in Jammu and Kashmir.

Making a suo motto statement in the assembly, Abdullah wondered there was silence over the killing of 18-year-old Suhail Ahmad Sofi by militants inside a mosque in Sopore Tuesday night.

He said there were double standards in the political condemnation.

"Today , I don't see anyone condemning this killing nor do I see the outrage witnessed when someone gets killed in firing by security forces," he said.

Earlier, Abdullah said on twitter site: "Militants chase an 18-year-old boy into a mosque and shoot him. Imagine the outrage if this had been done by security forces... hypocrisy."

No group has owned responsibility for the murder.
 



 

 



 

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