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‘Unacceptable’: Kerala governor slams Jaleel over Kashmir remarks

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Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan raised sharp criticism against LDF MLA and former minister KT Jaleel over his controversial statement on Kashmir. Several people had come out against the Facebook post in which Jalee used the terms "Azad Kashmir" and "India-occupied Kashmir" Jaleer had later withdrawn his comments.
2 months ago·Thiruvananthapuram, India

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‘Unacceptable’: Kerala governor slams Jaleel over Kashmir remarks

Meanwhile, the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad submitted a fresh complaint against Jaleel to the Thiruvananthapuram police commissioner on Sunday, seeking strict against him. Three complaints were already filed against Jaleel in Kerala (two) and Delhi (one), respectively, on Saturday.

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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FB Post On Kashmir: Kerala Guv Comes Out Strongly Against MLA Jaleel

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan has come out strongly against former minister and MLA, K.T. Jaleel for his Facebook post in which he mentioned Kashmir as ‘India Occupied Kashmir’ and Pak Occupied Kashmir as ‘Azad Kashmir’. Arif Mohammed Khan said that the social media post of the former minister was ‘Unfortunate’. However, the Governor said […]The post FB Post On Kashmir: Kerala Guv Comes Out Strongly Against MLA Jaleel ap…

2 months ago·Bhubaneswar, India
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Kerala Governor slams KT Jaleel over controversial statement on Kashmir

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan raised sharp criticism against LDF MLA and former minister KT Jaleel over his controversial statement on Kashmir. The Governor said that Jaleel’s statement surprised him and that it was unacceptable

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