Breaking News: Omar Abdullah Criticizes PDP, Rules Out Alliance for Lok Sabha Elections

Omar Abdullah has lambasted the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), accusing them of unfairly targeting his party, the National Conference (NC). He firmly rejected the possibility of forming an alliance with them for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Abdullah asserted that the PDP’s credibility had been severely tarnished after aligning with the BJP and betraying the people’s trust. He declared that the NC would independently contest all three Lok Sabha seats in the Kashmir valley, expressing strong confidence in securing victory by a significant margin.

Expressing his dissatisfaction, Abdullah criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Srinagar, dismissing it as a mere “election stunt” devoid of any substantive benefits for the people of Kashmir. He stressed that it was the prevailing circumstances, rather than any decision by the NC, that had kept the PDP out of the electoral equation. Abdullah questioned the PDP’s involvement in south Kashmir, especially considering their third-place finish in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.

Furthermore, Abdullah condemned Modi’s administration for its failure to address the aspirations of the people of Jammu and Kashmir during the period of central rule since 2019. The Lok Sabha elections in Jammu and Kashmir are slated to take place in April-May 2024, aligning with the rest of the country’s electoral schedule.

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