Omar Abdullah trains guns at Centre over security lapses in recent terrorist attack

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Srinagar, Oct 08 (ANI): Jammu Kashmir National Conference vice president Omar Abdullah on October 08 raked up the security issues in the Union Territory after series of terrorist attacks took place in Srinagar within few days. Speaking to mediapersons, he said, “Whether it is Muslims, Kashmiri Pandits or Sikh, no one feels safe here. However, this is not the right time to do politics but it’s the responsibility of the government to make people understand where did it fail after all? No one should say that they were unaware of the incident, for the past 2 months, despite being away from the government, I have been listening that minority communities will be targeted,” he added.

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