Srinagar: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister and National Conference (NC) vice president Omar Abdullah on Saturday said he had met Governor Satya Pal Malik to find out what was happening in the state and why nothing was being done to scotch rumours, if those were baseless. “We wanted to know about the current situation in J&K. When we ask officials, they say something is happening, but nobody knows what actually is happening,” Omar told a press conference after meeting Governor Malik here. Also Read – Trinamool, BJP activists scuffle at Dilip Ghosh’s event Advertise With Us He said when Parliament starts functioning the Centre should make a statement on what was the need to end the Amarnath Yatra and pull out tourists from the Valley. “Let Parliament assure us that there is no need for the people to be afraid,” he said. Omar said in his meeting with the Governor he told him about rumours surrounding Article 35A, Article 370, delimitation and even trifurcation of the state. Also Read – NRC in Assam to be released: list to finalize if a person is Indian or Foreigner Advertise With Us “The Governor assured us that in all these issues, no preparation is being made to make any announcement,” Omar said. He also pointed out that the final word on J&K was not the Governor but the government of India. “More than what the Governor tells us publicly, I would like to hear from the government of India that there is nothing the people have to be worried about,” Omar said.