After the question of Farooq Abdullah, Amit Shah said I’m not a doctor

Written By Siva Sai Teja | Updated: August 06, 2019 17:53 IST
After the question of Farooq Abdullah, Amit Shah said I’m not a doctor

Today, Amit Shah said that the national conference patriarch 'Farooq Abdullah' was not arrested or detained in the house. The 81 years of Farooq Abdullah has not been in the house since Monday when the government announced the end of the state's unique status and that it would be divided into two union territories.
During the discussion of reorganization bill of Jammu and Kashmir in the Lok Sabha, Supriya Sule the leader of National Congress pointed Farooq’s absence and said Farooq Abdullah sit next to her and that day he was not there.
Dayanidhi Maran said Farooq Abdullah is the member of this House and he was missing. He was arrested and they had no intimation. You as a Speaker should protect the members. You should be neutral.
After this comment, Amit Shah said that he never detained Farooq at home or never arrested him. He was at his home by his own choice. When Supriya Sule said that Farooq was not feeling well then Amit Shah replied that he is not a doctor. Farooq Abdullah said that the home minister was laying. He was detained at his house.
The chief minister of West Bengal “Mamta Benerjee” said she had not any information about Farooq Abdullah, Mahbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah. She further said that they were not terrorist. They should be released. She also said that she appealed the government that they did not feel isolated.