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Farooq Abdullah accuses Shah of lying in parliament, says will challenge Centre's decision in court

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 6 August 2019
Abdullah also said that they will peacefully fight against the Centre's decision and would go to court to challenge the same. Speaking to media persons from the balcony of his Srinagar house, Abdullah said, "I forced myself out to talk to you, to tell you that home ministry is lying in the parliament- that I am not house arrested and I am sitting inside my house out of my own will.
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