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Omar Abdullah disappointed with all-party meet resolution passed in Dehli

Srinagar, Feb 16, : Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday expressed his displeasure with the resolution that was unanimously passed in the all-party meet in Delhi on Lethpora attack.

Taking to social networking site Twitter, Omar wrote: “Disappointed the resolution did not include a call for calm. Reports of violence in Jammu & tension in university/college campuses in some states, I would have expected an appeal for calm to have gone with the condemnation & condolences.”

Earlier all-party meeting was convened in Delhi in the wake of the Pulwama attack passed a resolution strongly condemning the act which claimed the lives of 49 CRPF men.

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