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Parties indulge in poster war to expose each other’s secret understanding with Centre
Lok Sabha Polls
4/21/2024 10:41:50 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Apr 21: As the campaign for the three Parliamentary constituencies of Kashmir accelerated, the National Conference and the Peoples Democratic Party indulged in poster war to expose each other secret understanding with the ruling BJP.
A day after some posters emerged in the heart of Srinagar city in which National Conference leaders and former chief ministers of Jammu and Kashmir Dr. Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah along with party’s Lok Sabha member from Anantnag Hasnain Masoodi were seen sitting with Prime Minister. Within hours after this poster, another poster was seen installed at the same place in which former Chief Minister and president of the PDP Mehbooba Mufti was seen offering a shawl to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Important to mention here amid the ongoing campaign for the Lok Sabha elections in Kashmir Valley, political parties charging rivals with entering into secret understandings with the BJP.
The National Conference and PDP openly charged the Apni Party and the Peoples Conference as proxies of BJP in Kashmir.
The debate of Kashmir’s political parties with Centre was st
Some posters emerged in Srinagar in which NC leaders Farooq and Omar Abdullah along with MP Hasnain Masoodi were seen sitting with the Prime Minister.
Within hours after this poster, another poster appeared at the same place in which PDP president Mehbooba Mufti was seen offering a shawl to PM Modi.
Amid the ongoing campaign for the Lok Sabha elections in Kashmir political parties are charging rivals for entering into secret understandings with the BJP.
The debate started after former J&K Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad exposed secret meetings of Abdullahs with the Union during night time.
rted after former Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad exposed secret meetings of Abdullahs with Union Government.
Talking to a TV channel, Azad said there were reports that “Abdullahs” used to seek time for meetings with the central government during night time.
The former Chief Minister said attempts of the National Conference leaders to seek meetings with central leaders during the night time has created discrete suspicion among the people
Continuing the offensive against both Dr. Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah, the DPAP chairman said that the National Conference leaders were cheating the people of J&K.
The debate which was started in February this year has intensified in the ongoing campaign for the Lok Sabha elections.
Omar Abdullah is charging Apni Party and Peoples’ Conference with hobnobbing with the Centre.
“It is the BJP that has introduced its B and C teams in Kashmir; The arrival of Tarun Chugh in Kashmir and his meeting with Altaf Bukhari and Sajad Lone indicates that it is the BJP that is contesting the election here”, Omar Abdullah said while pointing towards the Apni Party and the Peoples Conference.
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