Srinagar: Jammu and
Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Monday questioned why
separatists did not condemn the murder of a businessman in north
Kashmir by guerrillas.
Mohsin Ahmad Wani, 35, was shot and killed by separatist
guerrillas in Kralteng area of Sopore town, 54 km from here,
"Mohsin was a businessman, doing business in Sopore. Shot by
militants last night. No wonder my TL (twitter link) is silent as
it wasn't by army/police," the chief minister posted on micro
blogging site Twitter.
In another related post on his Twitter account, which is followed
by more than 37,000 people, Omar wrote: "A young man shot dead in
Sopore yesterday for no apparent fault of his. Where the hell are
all the irate voices??? Bloody hypocrites".