He said this while interacting with media persons at Srinagar railway station from where he traveled to Sangaldan in the train that was virtually flagged off by PM Narendra Modi from a function in Jammu.
The Directorate of Enforcement (ED) has summoned National Conference president Farooq Abdullah for quizzing in connection with a money laundering probe in alleged Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) funds fraud case, the sources said on Monday.
Abdullah has been asked to join for questioning at the probe agency’s office in Srinagar on Tuesday, the sources said.
The fresh summons to the 86-year-old J&K politician were issued after he did not appear before the agency on January 11.
The probe by the federal agency is related to alleged irregularities linked to finances in the JKCA.
Earlier in 2022, a supplementary charge- sheet was filed by the ED in the case which had names of other people including Abdullah.
The ED’s probe was based on a case registered by the CBI back in 2018.
It is being said that things could become difficult for the political leader if he is not able to appear before the agency once again for questioning.