Omar flays BJP while Farooq showing ‘interest’

Jammu and Kashmir

Srinagar, March 2: Former Chief Minister and National Conference working president Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said his party would never enter into any sort of an alliance with the BJP.

Omar said he would “rather quit from politics than taking such a step that will put the state and people in disgrace.”

While addressing a public meeting in south Kashmir’s Shopian district Omar Abdullah said “The PDP has risked the political rights and interests of the people of Jammu and Kashmir with BJP. Whereas BJP and PDP leaders are continuing to threaten the minorities with there racist ideology.”

He also sad that he will never be part of such a government that comes at he cost of the dignity of my people.

The NC leader said the PDP entered into an alliance with those “who want to abolish our flag, destroy the foundations of our special status and patronise those who differ people on the basis of what they eat and do not eat”.

He also mentioned that PDP was extremely keen on forming the government with the BJP and this delay was just an attempt by the party to fake a sense of ideological.

It is important to mention here that NC Chief, Farooq Abdullah has maintained a contrary stance to Omar’s. Farooq Abdullah in a recent interaction with the mediapersons had not once commented against BJP on the issues of JNU, Haryana rape or polarization. He had infact indirectly called Rahul Gandhi an opportunist politician.

While Omar has been fervently issuing statements against both the PDP and the BJP, Farooq Abdullah has been doing quite the opposite atleast in the case of the BJP.

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