Ajmer: Government will not spare those who issued threats to Kashmiri girl band, Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdulhah today said, but maintained there was no need for legal action against the grand mufti who issued fatwa terming singing as un-Islamic.
Abdullah, during a visit to dargah of Sufi saint Khawaja Moinuddin Chisiti here, expressed happiness over the arrests made in connection to the online abuse and threats to the all-girl rock band 'Pragaash' and said more arrests were likely.
He said some of those who had issued threats had left the valley and police were trying to nab them.
Referring to grand mufti Bashiruddin Ahmad, through a decree, terming singing as "un-Islamic" and asking the girl band to abandon it, Omar said there was no need to take legal action against him as he has not violated any law.
Omar had earlier posted on the micro-blogging site Twitter that he was glad that the police in Kashmir has identified and arrested those who had issued online threats.