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Jammu & Kashmir
By Our Special Correspondent
SRINAGAR DEC. 5. The former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Farooq Abdullah, today asked both the factions of the Hurriyat Conference to unite ``in the larger interests of the people''.
He said his party would fight against the move to trifurcate the State and accused the Mufti Government of working towards destroying ``Kashmiriyat''.
Speaking at the birth anniversary function of his father, late Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah, he said ``I appeal to Geelani Saheb to end this hatred and get united in the larger interest of people and (Moulvi Abbas) Ansari should do the same''.
Do not promote separate mosques, he said and asked his son and National Congress president, Omar Abdullah, to make an effort to bring the Hurriyat factions together. Mr. Abdullah said the Kashmir problem ``is the question of the right of the people.''
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