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Omar not ideologically opposed to BJP: Sajad Lone
4/15/2024 11:32:38 PM

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Srinagar, Apr 15: J&K Peoples Conference President Sajad Gani Lone on Monday said that National Conference leader Omar Abdullah was not ideologically opposed to BJP.
Lone was responding to questions about Omar Abdullah's reported comments expressing his willingness to work with Atal Bihari Vajpayee even today if he were alive.
Lone remarked that there is no difference between Vajpayee and Narendra Modi.
"BJP is an ideological party. Omar Abdullah doesn't have any ideological dispute with the BJP or Hindutva, but rather his issues seem to be more personal. It appears that Mr. Modi doesn't give him attention, while Mr. Vajpayee likely did. Therefore, in the future, if anyone from the BJP ideology extends attention to him, Omar Abdullah would have no hesitation in aligning with them", he told reporters on the sidelines of a function in Handwara.
Lone further stated that those who ruled J&K for over thirty years should be held accountable for their historical blunders.
"I harbour no personal grudges. They have ruled for the maximum time in the last 70 years. The current situation is a result of their misgovernance, and they must answer for it", he added.
Earlier, addressing the new entrants, Lone emphasized that Peoples Conference is committed to fostering development and restoring the dignity of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, which remain crucial for our prosperity and growth.
"In terms of development, our focus is on fostering long-term growth by strengthening horticulture and tourism, which will uplift our economy. Securing sufficient funds for these sectors will remain our priority," he said.
Furthermore, Lone asserted that JKPC shall advocate for equal treatment for the youth of J&K, ensuring their dignity aligns with that of youth in other states.
"The era of emotional politics has passed; we should rather take up issues concerning the common man in the upcoming elections," he said.
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