Srinagar, Mar 08 : National Conference Vice President and former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Friday welcomed the action taken by police in the case of assault on two Kashmiri vendors in Lucknow, the capital city of Utter Pradesh, and hoped others involved in the hate crime will also be identified and dealt under law.
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Taking to micro blogging social networking site twitter Omar wrote, “Action taken by the police in Lucknow is appreciated. I hope that the others involved in this hate crime are also identified & made to feel the full weight of the law.” (KNS)