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How Sheikh family amassed huge wealth, asks Imran Ansari

SRINAGAR, November 23: Former minister and Peoples Conference leader Imran Raza Ansari Friday claimed that National Conference led by Sheikh family has amassed huge wealth over the last 50-years.
“Sheikh Abdullah was just a teacher. Now see their wealth today. They have property in various countries. How they amassed such a huge wealth over the last 50-years. Where did it come from? I am running a business after took the loan,” he added.
Imran has joined the Peoples Conference led by Sajad Lone. The duo on Friday addressed a press conference where they dared the PDP to go to the court if they have the required numbers for government formation.
“If Mehbooba Ji wants to challenge the dissolution of the Assembly in the court, she should go ahead and do it. We would be more than glad to prove our numbers on the floor of the Assembly,” Lone told a press conference here, where he welcomed former PDP leader Molvi Imran Raza Ansari and said his entry into the party would provide a “big boost” to the Peoples Conference.
To counter the move to form a government by Congress- People’s Democratic Party (PDP)-National Conference (NC), Lone on Wednesday staked claim to form a government in the state with the support of the 25-legislators of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and more than 18 other lawmakers.
Lone said that he staked claim to form the government in the state as he “possessed” the required number of legislators in the Assembly.

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