In occupied Kashmir, pro-India National Conference leader, Sheikh Mustafa Kamal has said that the Indian troops are behind the twin grenade blasts in Srinagar to sabotage the revocation of black law, Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) in the occupied territory. According to Kashmir Media Service, Sheikh Mustafa Kamal talking to a New Delhi-based news channel, said: "These attacks took place at a time when the regime led by Omar Abdullah is pressing for revocation of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act after getting a nod from the Indian Home Minister P Chidambaram." "These attacks point the finger of suspicion at those who don't want AFSPA to go for their personal interests ..., especially at the Indian Army," he added. "You see the moment we have talked about the revocation of AFSPA, all this has happened. Why didn't it happen before?" Kamal asked. Dr Kamal, who is a brother of party president, Farooq Abdullah, also lashed out at People's Democratic Party for keeping mum ever since Omar Abdullah announced to revoke AFSPA. "This party is an agent of New Delhi and was formed by the BJP to carry forward its agenda in Jammu and Kashmir.