In the Assembly, he claimed to take care of his constituency-Beerwah but a lot of time went into questioning the work of the PDP-BJP alliance. His own party has an eight-decade old history and Omar needs to rely in the strength of his own party than taking help of those who have a shrinking stand.
The leadership quality that has been absent in his role as the CM is expected from him in his current role. He needs to work out beyond his expertise and lay new cards to prevent his own doom.
He is young, has a party with an extensive past, knows the dynamics of the state and has to prove himself and rectify his stained image in the state. Nevertheless, this second chance after 2009 could be the last one for the leader.