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NC attends meeting with BJP ‘adversaries’ in Delhi
12/9/2022 1:16:34 AM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Dec 8: In a significant development, the National Conference has attended a crucial meeting with the rivals of Bharatiya Janta Party in the national capital.
Sources said the NC President, Dr Farooq Abdullah held closed door meeting with some top leaders of the Congress and other senior leaders from various parties, who have been trying to “corner the ruling BJP”.
Sources said the meeting was also attended by the leaders from the TMC and Aam Aadmi Party. Sources said Dr Abdullah held detailed discussions over the “delay” in the holding of the Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir asking the other parties to support him on the issue.
Sources said Dr Abdullah also said that the opposition was “not playing its much-needed role in cornering the BJP over the problems being faced by the people of Jammu and Kashmir in the absence of a democratically elected government.”
Sources in the party said Dr Abdullah had rushed to Delhi on December 6 telling his party colleagues back home that he has to attend “some crucial meetings on Kashmir.”
“More such meetings are to be held in Delhi and that is what we know and he (Dr Abdullah) is positive about the results of the efforts he is making,” said a source in the NC on the condition of anonymity.
It’s pertinent to mention that on December 5, Dr Abdullah while addressing a rally in Srinagar said that it was wrong decision on the part of his party to not have contested the Local Urban Body elections in 2018.
A few weeks ago, Dr Abdullah was unwilling to continue as the NC chief and was even not ready to contest the party elections for presidency but he subsequently got reelected as the NC President.
Before leaving for the national capital, while addressing the public Dr Abdullah had told his son and predecessor Omar Abdullah that he should contest the Assembly elections.
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