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National Conference to form new govt in J&K by all means: Omar Abdullah

india Updated: Nov 13, 2014 00:13 IST
HT correspondent


Chief minister Omar Abdullah has claimed that the National Conference (NC) would form the new government in the state by all means.

He added that no party could form a government in the state without NC's support. In 2002, the NC decided not to be a part of the government otherwise it was in a position to form the government.

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Omar said this while addressing public meetings at Hall and Shamthi in the Ramban assembly constituency in favour of its contesting candidate Chaman Lal Bhagat on Wednesday.

"Day dreaming by PDP and BJP's 44+ drama will soon end up", he said, adding that dreaming, however, was not a banned.

He said the PDP was spreading a baseless propaganda while the BJP was staging drama to create illusion and confusion among voters. "People of the state are wise enough to read between the lines and understand the designs of these parties," he added.

"By unleashing baseless information campaign and covering the ground realities, political parties such as PDP want to degrade the achievements of NC-led government during the last six years," he claimed.

"Ask PDP what it has done during its term in office other than encouraging corrupt elements, giving misappropriation a free-hand and stopping rehabilitation of the youths," alleged Omar, adding that, "Those who are always busy in wrong doings and political misconduct, ought not to give sermons to others", he said, taking a dig on PDP.

The chief minister also rejected the information being spread by some Congress leaders regarding the development scenario in backward areas and criticising the NC.

"When NC was campaigning for Rahul Gandhi and Congress candidates in parliament elections, the Congress saw everything good in NC. Now, when they were fighting elections separately, the Congress is criticising the NC," he alleged.