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Jammu(ANI): Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah, who launched a vociferous protest against the PDP-BJP coalition government on Saturday, said all decisions regarding the state are first taken in Nagpur, where the RSS headquarters is located.
“We want to remind Mufti sahab of the promises he made. All decisions regarding Jammu and Kashmir happen first in Nagpur, then with Modi ji and then here,” said Omar.
Describing the Mufti Mohammad Sayeed-led regime as a non-starter, the agitating National Conference (NC) activists vociferously demanded a change.
The NC activists were seen shouting slogans and causing damage to property in the city, while repeating their accusation that the PDP-BJP combine was working at “cross-purposes” and not meeting the
basic minimum expectations of the people of the state.
The problems and woes of the public were highlighted, and the state administration was charged with showing the least concern to resolving these issues.