"We are quite happy to hold mirror up for other countries to take a look at. We want to remind Pakistan of its failings, we want to remind Sri Lanka of its failings, we want to preach democracy to Nepal...but when it comes to somebody holding up a mirror to us and say look this is what you have done wrong, then suddenly we have no appetite to hear it," said Omar Abdullah speaking on Amnesty International India being booked for sedition. As the Kashmir Valley remained in lockdown for the 45th day, Mr Abdullah led J&K Opposition delegation to meet the Prime Minister. Current agitation is "not the product of Pakistan", he said and added that blaming Pakistan for these protests is "living in denial". Taking on Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for what he called his "hawkish statements" on Kashmir, Omar Abdullah said these were the sort of words that would "only alienate people further".