‘There is no use of joint opposition’, Omar Abdullah distanced himself from the alliance in 2024 -aabtak24


Omar Abdullah Remarks: Regarding the Lok Sabha elections 2024, National Conference Vice President Omar Abdullah has indicated to distance himself from the opposition parties. He said that he will contest the elections keeping distance from the Grand Alliance against BJP. Explaining the reason behind this, he said that most of the opposition parties were silent on the Article 370 issue. 

He also said that it would be premature to talk about a pre-poll alliance before the bugle of the Jammu and Kashmir assembly elections is sounded. Abdullah told reporters on his arrival in the border Rajouri district, "What can we contribute outside J&K? We have a total of five Lok Sabha seats and what storm can come from these five seats? We have to fight the BJP on these seats.” 

What did Omar Abdullah say on alliance with opposition parties 

Omar Abdullah mentioned the parties supporting him

Omar Abdullah said, "Those who are shouting today to protect the constitution and democracy, where were they when we faced the murder of democracy. He did not raise his voice against it and he supported the move in the Parliament. There are only four parties (DMK, Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress and two Left parties) who have always stood with the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Apart from these four parties, show someone in other parties who has supported us wholeheartedly."

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