Kashmir is witnessing competitive politics over cow slaughter with National Conference galvanizing around a person who has committed a blasphemous act, not necessarily as a matter of his faith but just to provoke India and the minority community. They are making a hero out of a villain, who is out to disturb peace and harmony in most sensitive and diverse Jammu and Kashmir.
Is it a matter of pride or shame for ‘once’ premier party of the State to tread a dangerous path out of frustration just to corner bête noire PDP but in the process getting itself exposed before the most secular people of Jammu?
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