On the second anniversary of Pulwama attack in which 40 CRPF were killed government took all the precautionary measures including beefing up security in all the sensitive places and not allowing any political leader’s especially the former chief ministers to move out of their homes.
Former chief minister Omar Abdullah in series of tweets said that they have been locked up in their homes without any explanation from the authorities.
In the tweets he also uploaded tweets the pictures of police vehicles parked outside his home parked outside his Gupkar residence.
There have been a lot of curbs on political activities in Jammu and Kashmir post abrogation of article 370 and the authorities have attributed to the apprehensions of breach of peace on the ground.
While the political parties of Jammu and Kashmir are demanding statehood and elections, but the central government seems to be interested in keeping both union territories Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh under direct control.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah in the latest session of parliament ruled out any immediate statehood to Jammu and Kashmir said that it would be restored at the appropriate time.
Already BJP leaders form Kashmir have linked “appropriate” time to peace and complete eradiation of militancy in Jammu and Kashmir.