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Kargil NC leaders unhappy with party’s decision to surrender Ladakh seat
4/9/2024 11:16:37 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Apr 9: Leaders of the Kargil unit of the National Conference are not happy with the announcement of the party vice president Omar Abdullah to surrender the Ladakh Lok Sabha seat to the Congress.
Highly placed sources said leaders of the Kargil have expressed their anger over the decision of the party leadership to leave Ladakh seat for the Congress after both the parties sealed the seat-sharing arrangement on Monday.
Sources said that annoyed over the decision of the party leadership, Kargil leaders are going to convene a meeting in the coming days to formally register their protest before the party leadership.
“We will interact with our workers at the grassroots to seek their feedback about the unilateral decision of the party high command”, an NC leader told the Early Times.
Wishing anonymity, the leader did not rule out the possibility that an NC leader from Kargil would contest the election on the Ladakh Lok Sabha seat as an Independent candidate. “If Congress selects its candidate from Kargil then there is a
Leaders of the Kargil NC unit are unhappy with Omar Abdullah's announcement.
Kargil leaders have expressed their anger over the decision of the party leadership to leave Ladakh seat.
We will interact with our workers at the grassroots to seek their feedback.
If Congress selects its candidate from Kargil then there is a possibility that NC will support him.
ossibility that NC will support the Congress but the candidate will be selected from Leh then it is difficult”, he said.
As reported earlier, Omar on Monday announced that his party will contest all the three seats of Kashmir Valley including newly-carved Anantnag-Rajouri parliamentary seat.
The National Conference has named veteran leader Mian Altaf Ahmad as the party's candidate for the Anantnag-Rajouri Lok Sabha seat. Omar Abdullah had made the announcement on behalf of party president Farooq Abdullah in the presence of Mian Altaf Ahmad on April 1. Omar’s statement clearly indicates that the NC leadership finally decided to leave the Ladakh seat for the Congress party despite the fact that it has strong presence in the Kargil district.
In October last year, the National Conference, which is the part of the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (I.N.D.I.A), had emerged as the single largest party in the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC) Kargil by bagging 12 seats out of total 17 on which it fielded its candidates.
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