New Delhi, Jan 11: Modi government at the Centre is contemplating to free former Jammu-Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah from the house arrest. The Central government is thinking to execute an agreement with the two leaders for their release.
According to reliable sources, the proposed agreement will provide for the two leaders taking a break from politics for some time after their release.
The external affairs advisor had come here on Friday last to assess the political situation prevailing in Jammu-Kashmir. The possible release of Farooq and Omar is being talked about in political circles one day after the advisor’s visit. Reliable sources said the two Abdullahs would be informed about the proposal soon.
There are even speculations that the father-son duo may be sent to Britain for a few days and their agents would manage the party affairs in their absence.
The two leaders have been under house arrest ever since the abolition of special privileges granted to Jammu-Kashmir on August 5.