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It's a very different world, first task to fight coronavirus: Omar Abdullah

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 24 March 2020
It's a very different world, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah said on Tuesday after being released from nearly eight months in detention, adding that the first task was to fight COVID-19 and any discussion on political developments could come later. ​
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AFTER HIS FATHER FAROOQ ABDULLAH NOW THE FORMER CHIEF MINISTER OMAR ABDULLAH HAS BEEN RELEASED TODAY AFTER NEARLY EIGHT MONTHS IN DETENTION IN KASHMIR, ONAR TWWEETED OUT SAYING "A VERY DIFFERENT WORLD TODAY" TO THE ONE THAT EXISTED ON AUGUST 5, WHEN HE WAS PLACED IN DETENTION. THE FORMER CHIEF...

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