NC to sit in opposition: Omar Abdullah

KL Report

SRINAGAR

National Conference president and former chief minister Omar Abdullah Saturday questioned the secrecy being maintained by the BJP and the PDP over their alliance to form the next state government in the state.

Talking to reporters in Jammu soon after casting his vote for Rajya Sabha seats, Omar questioned, “what are they shying away from now when their alliance is already known to everybody.”

He said that his party (National Conference) would sit in the opposition in the assembly. On being asked about the Delhi polls on Saturday, he said he would take the media poll surveys, predicting a clear win for the Aam Aadmi Party, with a pinch of salt.”In assembly elections, you had given us only five, but we got 15 (seats),” he said.

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