Omar accuses PDP, BJP of making compromises on crucial issues

Omar accuses PDP, BJP of making compromises on crucial issues

In his volley of tweets on the issue, Omar has literally accused PDP of entering into a compromise on AFSPA and dialogue with Pakistan for assuming power in the state.

Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and the National Conference (NC) working president Omar Abdullah Friday trained his guns at Peoples Democratic Party once gain stating that, who will compromise on the revocation of controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) and West Pakistani refugees—PDP or BJP?

In his volley of tweets on the issue, Omar has literally accused PDP of entering into a compromise on AFSPA and dialogue with Pakistan for assuming power in the state.

“Who will compromise over the issue of immediate withdrawal of AFSPA, PDP or BJP?” Omar tweeted. “Who will compromise over the immediate resumption of dialogue with separatists? Who will compromise over the immediate resumption of dialogue with Pakistan?”

Omar while hinting that BJP-PDP was inching towards a pact also mentioned that he will have more questions in the days ahead. He also criticized PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti.

“As a great-man’s daughter often reminds me of her father’s quip – being in government is hard work, being in the opposition much more fun,” the NC working president’s tweet read.

In his another tweet, he wrote, “I’m sure I’ll have more questions in the days & weeks ahead as we wait for a government to be formed.”

The NC working president also pinched Muftis by stating that “who will compromise on the issue of dynastic rule raised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during campaigning—PDP or BJP.” Omar also raised the issue of settlement of West Pakistan refugees stating that who will compromise on the issue of West Pakistan refugees.”

The settlement of West Pakistan refugees has snowballed into a major controversy in JK with BJP adamant to give them citizenship rights while NC and separatists terming the move was aimed at changing the state’s demography. In another tweet, Omar wrote, when his father, Dr Farooq Abdullah stated that JK can’t be governed without good relations with Centre he was heavily criticized. “Mufti proving him right,” Omar stated. “Exactly a month since the election results were declared and the state is doing "kadam taal" because Mufti Sayeed can’t govern without Delhi nod.”