New Delhi: No sooner the resolution adopted at the all-party meeting convened by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh went viral of social network and television channels, the National Conference leader and former J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said he was ‘disappointed’.
“Disappointed, the resolution did not include a call for calm. Reports of violence in Jammu
and tension in university and college campuses in some states, I would have expected an appeal for calm to have gone with the condemnation and condolences,” Mr Abdullah tweeted.
A unanimous resolution passed at the meeting in Parliament premises condemned the support given to acts of terrorism from across the border.
‘We strongly condemn the dastardly terror act of February 14, 2019 at Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir in which lives of 40 jawans of CRPF were lost. ‘We, along with our countrymen, stand with their families in this hour of grief. We condemn terrorism in all its forms and the support given to it from across the border.’’