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Srinagar, Aug 31: Reacting to the recent abductions by unknown men in south Kashmir, former chief minister Jammu and Kashmir and Vice President National conference Omar Abdullah on Friday said that eleven abductions are a worrying reflection and why are leaders silent about it.
Taking to his widely followed twitter handle Omar wrote: “11 abductions! This is a very worrying reflection of the situation in the valley. What’s worse is the selective outrage – people/leaders who are so vocal about alleged security force excesses are silent about these abductions.”
In another tweet, he wrote: “I don’t condone any families being harassed but how about a word of condemnation for the harassment and worse still the kidnapping of families of @JmuKmrPolice personnel.”
Pertinently, in south Kashmir almost eleven abductions were reported from last night from different areas, however, police have taken the cognizance of the cases and investigations are on.