SRINAGAR: National Conference vice president and former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Omar Abdullah on Sunday criticized the BJP for disrupting communal harmony and accused Ghulam Nabi Azad’s DPAP of aiding the BJP in dividing secular votes in Jammu and Kashmir.

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Abdullah campaigned for INDIA bloc candidate Choudhary Lal Singh in Ramban district. In the Udhampur-Kathua constituency, Congress’ Lal Singh is challenging BJP’s Jitendra Singh, with DPAP’s G M Saroori also in the race.

Abdullah questioned DPAP’s motives for fielding a candidate only in Udhampur and accused Azad of playing into BJP’s hands. He expressed disappointment in Azad, saying the National Conference had supported him, but he ended up aligning with the BJP.

Meanwhile, Ghulam Nabi Azad criticized the National Conference and Congress for splitting the secular vote in the Chenab Valley during a public meeting in Kishtwar.

He accused them of exploiting and deceiving the people, questioning their lack of contribution to the region over the past decade.

Azad urged the public to remain vigilant against parties that exploit them for political gain and highlighted Congress’ leadership failures.

He criticized NC and other regional parties for abandoning the self-rule and autonomy agendas, accusing them of exploiting people’s sentiments.

Azad reiterated DPAP’s focus on development and peace, emphasizing their commitment to building infrastructure.

He assured that their candidate, G.M. Saroori, would prioritize people’s issues and champion their cause.

Azad emphasized voting based on performance rather than religious or caste considerations.

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