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Ex CM Expresses Fear of Assassination

Ex CM Expresses Fear of Assassination

In a recent TV interview, Farooq Abdullah, the former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, expressed concern for his safety in India, stating, "I fear for my life... I could be shot or stabbed at any moment." What prompted this alarming statement?

When questioned about the comparison between the plight of Muslims in India and the atrocities of Hitler's regime, as quoted by Owaisi, Abdullah echoed the sentiment, saying, "There is no doubt about it."

He further described a tense atmosphere, mentioning instances where Hindus forcefully demanded Muslims to chant "Jai Shree Ram" and even chopped off their beards. 

However, the occurrence of this incident was a remote event that took place long ago and that too only once which was dealt by the police severely against those who committed that crime.

Some speculate about Abdullah's motives, questioning whether he is generalizing these incidents to bolster his own image or to portray a false narrative of religious persecution to the Muslim community.

One netizen suggests Abdullah might be envisioning a reversal of the events depicted in 'The Kashmir Files,' implying he may be delusional.