'The first thing a Muslim saw in the holy cave was the Shivling..,' claims Farooq Abdullah

Srinagar: The person who first informed about the presence of a 'Shivling' in Amarnath cave was a Muslim. This was stated by Jammu and Kashmir National Conference National President and former CM Farooq Abdullah. Abdullah claimed that no Muslim man had ever raised a finger against any religion, but admitted that there was a "wave in the 90s." Let us tell you that in the 90s, Kashmiri terrorists massacred a large number of Hindus.  

Farooq Abdullah further said, "A Muslim from Pahalgam had first seen the lingam in that cave (Amarnath cave) and he had reported it to the Kashmiri Pandits. No Muslim has ever raised a finger against any religion. Yes, there was a wave in the 1990s, but it came from somewhere else.''

In Jammu and Kashmir, the Amarnath Yatra on Pahalgam and Baltal routes has been temporarily postponed on Tuesday morning due to bad weather. The 43-day pilgrimage to him Shivling began last week. Officials have informed that no pilgrim is being allowed to go towards the holy cave from Nunwan in Pahalgam and Baltal base camp in Ganderbal.

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