CIVILIAN KILLINGS A PLOY TO DEFAME KASHMIRIS: FAROOQ
Hindustan Times|October 18, 2021
National Conference president Farooq Abdullah Sunday said Kashmiris were not involved in the recent civilian killings in the Union territory and that these attacks were carried under a conspiracy to defame Kashmiris.

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