56 inch chest failed Kashmir: Omar Abdullah

Srinagar

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Sunday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has created a mess in Jammu and Kashmir.

Soon after the election commission announced Lok Sabha Poll dates and deferred the assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir, Omar Abdullah in a series of tweets hits out at Modi led Bjp government said, “In a Balakote & Uri are not symbols of PM Modi’s handling of national security, J&K is and look at the mess he has made there. The abject surrender to anti-India forces is a crying shame.”

“With the amount of international attention elections in J&K attract I never thought PM Modi would be willing to confess his failure on a global stage but we all make mistakes & that was mine,” Omar tweeted.

“In 2014 we had Lok Sabha elections on time & assembly elections on schedule even after the most devastating floods. Shows how badly the BJP & earlier the BJP-PDP mishandled J&K,” Omar wrote on Twitter.

“First time since 1996 Assembly elections in J&K are not being held on time. Remember this the next time you are praising PM Modi for his strong leadership,” he wrote.

“What happened to @rajnathsingh’s assurance to Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha as well as to the all party meeting recently in Delhi that all forces would be made available for simultaneous polls?,” Omar wrote on Twitter.

“In light of the failure to conduct assembly elections on time in J&K I’m retweeting my tweets from a few days ago. PM Modi has surrendered to Pakistan, to the militants & to the hurriyat. Well done Modi Sahib. 56 inch chest failed,” he added

“It’s worth remembering that since 1995-96 Pakistan, militants & separatist have always tried to ensure elections don’t take place in J&K. Successive governments since H.D. Deve Gowda have ensured all attempts at disruption fail,” Omar said.

No Assembly Polls In J&K, Lok Sabha In 5 Phases

Earlier Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora has announced that only Lok Sabha elections will be held for now in Jammu and Kashmir.

He said the decision about the state assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir will be taken later.

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