National Conference vice president Omar Abdullah on Sunday said Congress leaders from Jammu and Kashmir are not allowed to take decisions on their own.
“When we were in an alliance with Congress, I noticed it myself that even for minor decisions they have to seek permission from party leadership in New Delhi, ” Omar told reporters on the sidelines of a party function in South Kashmir.
However, Omar said, NC candidates for Parliamentary Elections if elected will not have to take “dictation” from New Delhi.
Omar said people should come out to vote as boycotting elections will only help the BJP and RSS. He said it was unfortunate that the Election Commission of India was ignoring repeated violations of Model Code of Conduct by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and top BJP leadership. (GNS)