Bleak chances of J&K Assembly polls if BJP voted to power: Dr. Farooq Abdullah


SRINAGAR: Former Chief Minister and President National Conference Dr. Farooq Abdullah Tuesday said that there are bleak chances of assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir if BJP will come to power once again.
“I don’t know whether assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir will happens or not.

Though Supreme Court had set a date for holding elections in JK, but I am disappointed with the designs of BJP, who if voted to power once again will violate the directions of the apex court,” Dr. Farooq as per KNS told reporters at Nawa-e-Subh Srinagar.
He said PM Modi wants to remain in power lifetime like Putin in Russia.

Responding to a query, Dr. Farooq said that Ghulam Nabi Azad, Sajad Gani Lone and Altaf Bukhari should introspect whom they playing for, and urged them to revisit their decision of supporting those who are anti-Muslim identities. He prayed for the guidance of trio.

Replying to a query over unscheduled power cuts in valley, the NC president said, “The crisis may likely weaken in coming days and the situation will get more chaotic if they remain continue in power”.