Admitting that he had committed a "mistake" by proposing his retirement from politics, Abdullah said "I think I made a mistake."
"Omar Abdullah is National Conference (NC) President. He has to strengthen the party, state and fight terrorism. He is young and can do it. I think at this stage I should come to Delhi," the former NC President said adding the party would take a decision in this regard.
Asked if he was also looking for a berth in the Centre, Abdullah said he will decide, if and when any proposal is made to him by the Union government.
Pointing out that he was never opposed to a dialogue between India and Pakistan, Abdullah, however, reiterated that terrorism should stop before any such initiative was under taken.