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After assembly poll results, Omar attacks arrogant Congress for ignoring realities
12/3/2023 11:33:33 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Dec 3: Within minutes after declarations of the results of the assembly elections of four states, former Chief Minister and vice-president of National Conference Omar Abdullah wasted no time in attacking the Congress party for ignoring other opposition parties.
Omar Abdullah mentioned toward failure of seat-sharing talks between Congress and the Samajwadi Party in the crucial state of Madhya Pradesh.
Congress and the Samajwadi party are important constituents of the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA).
Omar Abdullah shifted all blame on “arrogant” Congress leadership for ensuring the victory of the Saffron Party in three states of the Hindi heartland.
“It appears that Congress leadership has failed to realize the ground situation in the state of Madhya Pradesh where the Samajwadi Party had wanted some seats to give a united fight to BJP”, Omar pointed out.
“What harm could have been done if Congress had given 5-10 seats to SP as a constituent of the INDIA alliance, what loss could have been caused? what storm could have come? Now what have they won?” Omar asked while lambasting the Congress for the worst performance in Madhya Pradesh where BJP has been in power for the last nearly 20 years.
The Congress and the Samajwadi Party, which are partners in the Opposition bloc INDIA, contested Madhya Pradesh assembly elections separately due to discord over seat-sharing.
After breaking off the seat-sharing agreement, SP Akhilesh Yadav said that his party had been “betrayed” by the Congress.
“If the Congress didn't want to give seats (in MP), then they should have said it before. The SP is fighting only on seats where it has its own organisation. Now, after Madhya Pradesh, I know that the INDIA alliance is for the (parliamentary) elections on a national level,” Yadav had stated.
“If the Congress continues to behave like this, then who will trust them? If we fight with confusion in mind against the BJP, then we won't succeed,” he added.
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