After Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah “threatened” to part ways with the UPA ahead of the 2014 Lok Sabha election, the National Conference President and Union Minister Farooq Abdullah said that the party is not averse to Narendra Modi as Prime Minister, reports say.
Farooq’s statement has come at a time when National Conference is a logger heads with its coalition partner, Congress over the establishment of new administrative units in Jammu and Kashmir.
About the pre-poll alliance, Dr Farooq said that the decision taken by his son and State CM Omar Abudllah will be final.
Omar in an interview has earlier said that his party has serious reservations over the Pre-Poll alliance with Congress.
Earlier on Tuesday reports said, Omar Abdullah was considering resigning following sharp differences between the two parties.