Why the double standards? Omar Abdullah’s Pakistan analogy to seek Meghalaya Governor’s ouster

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Former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah raked up comments by Meghalaya Governor Tathagata Roy appealing for boycott and ostracisation of all things Kashmiri after a Pakistan minister was sacked for his anti-Hindu remarks. The minister was sacked under public pressure for referring to people of the Hindu religion in poor taste. Abdullah took to Twitter to voice the irony, and said that there cannot be double standards in our actions if we compare ourselves to Pakistan. In India, a state Governor isn We like to compare ourselves to Pakistan so compare this fact as well. Don Boycott everything Kashmiri. I am inclined to agree. READ ALSO | Modis India worse than Hitler Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party had announced on Twitter, Bashing someones faith should not b a part of any narrative.Tolerance is the first foremost pillar on which #Pakistan was built (sic). Speaking in Badami, Siddaramaiah was asking local officials to complete the work on Agasthya Lake as soon as possible. Siddaramaiah reportedly asked Who is the contractor? and when the officials pointed out the contractor, Siddaramaiah while asking him to complete the rejuvenation work on time noticed him wearing a tilak and said, You know those people who wear tilaks (referring to members of Hindutva outfits)? I am scared of people who wear tilaks. His video went viral and now the minister is facing a backlash.

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