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Jamaat-e-Islamai Ban : NC leader lashes out on Modi Govt

Suhail Khan

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National Conference (NC) legislator, Muhammad Akbar Lone on Sunday used abusive language against Modi government for banning the Jamaat e Islamia in Jammu and Kashmir.

Mohammad Akbar Lone while addressing media on the sidelines of function at Handwara said that Modi govt should not ban the Jamaat-e-Islami as this will make people of Jammu and Kashmir more violent.

Earlier, People’s Democratic Party chief Mehbooba Mufti termed the decision an example of the government’s “high-handedness and muscular approach” to deal with Kashmir’s political issue.

Pertainally, last month centre banned Jamaat-e-Islamai and declared the group an “unlawful association”.

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