Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said he would retire from politics if BJP gets a majority in Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir.
“The day BJP gets majority in Jammu and Kashmir (Assembly elections), I will take retirement from active politics and go into hibernation,” Omar said.
He was responding queries on BJP’s mission of getting 44+ seats in the state Assembly elections which is expected to be held by year end.
“I do not want to see that day nor will that day come in the future,” Omar said.
In reply to a question on fighting the polls without ally Congress, he said, “No such decision has been taken as yet. But the truth is that in both the parties, voices are raising the pitch that elections should be fought separately.”