Nationwide Convention (NC) vice-president Omar Abdullah on Wednesday questioned the rationale behind holding District Improvement Council (DDC) polls in Jammu and Kashmir as he claimed candidates have been being stopped from campaigning on safety grounds. He alleged non-BJP candidates in fray for the elections have been stopped from campaigning, whereas the administration was going out of its approach to assist the BJP.
“What kind of elections are being held in J&Ok the place candidates are being stopped from campaigning? Is that this the protected, terror free J&Ok the House Minister was tweeting about yesterday,” Abdullah mentioned in a tweet. He claimed candidates from events opposing the BJP have been being locked up.
“The J&Ok administration goes out of its approach to assist the BJP & it is not too long ago created king’s social gathering by locking up candidates against the BJP, utilizing safety as an excuse. If the safety scenario is not conducive to campaigning what was the necessity to announce elections,” he requested in one other tweet.
PDP president Mehbooba Mufti additionally mentioned non-BJP candidates weren’t allowed to marketing campaign freely.
“Non BJP candidates for DDC polls aren’t allowed to marketing campaign freely & are being locked up on the pretence of safety. However BJP & its proxies are given full bandobast to maneuver round. Is that this the democracy that GOI claimed its selling in yesterday’s cellphone convo with US Pres elect,” Mufti wrote on Twitter.