National Conference leader and former Union Minister Farooq Abdullah once again went ahead and cautioned the central government of taking the people of Jammu and Kashmir for granted.
He said that the legitimate aspirations of the people must be taken care of.
He also questioned the tall claims of the central government that demonetization has led to the reduction in stone-pelting incidents or that terror networks have been adversely impacted with this process.
Abdullah cautioned that the youngsters were now resorting to guns rather than stones.
He made these comments while addressing the public in Mandi in Poonch district.
He made the point that the border hostilities were neither good for India nor is it good for the Pakistan.
Raking up the issue of atrocities against the Dalits and weaker sections of the society, he said that attempts are being made to divide the society in the name of religion and caste.>