Omar Abdullah Criticizes J&K Administration for Hindering Assembly Polls

Omar Abdullah Criticizes J&K Administration
Omar Abdullah Criticizes J&K Administration
Omar Abdullah Criticizes J&K Administration
Omar Abdullah Criticizes J&K Administration

Omar Abdullah Criticizes J&K Administration for Hindering Assembly Polls

Omar Abdullah Criticizes J&K Administration for Hindering Assembly Polls

Omar Abdullah Criticizes J&K Administration for Hindering Assembly Polls

Omar Abdullah, the vice president of the National Conference, has sharply criticized the Jammu and Kashmir administration, accusing them of obstructing assembly polls in the union territory. He alleges that the current government is reluctant to relinquish power and operate without accountability.

Bureaucratic Hurdles and Security Concerns

Abdullah points out bureaucratic obstacles and security concerns raised by officials as excuses to delay assembly elections. He questions the validity of these claims in light of the prevailing normalcy in the region.

Supreme Court Mandate and Electoral Issues

Abdullah emphasizes the Supreme Court’s mandate for conducting assembly polls by September 30 and stresses the importance of adhering to this timeline. He also expresses concerns about Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) and criticizes the BJP’s discriminatory approach towards minorities under the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

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