Srinagar: Nationwide Convention (NC) vice-president Omar Abdullah on Wednesday questioned the reason on the serve of retaining District Pattern Council (DDC) polls in Jammu and Kashmir as he claimed candidates were being stopped from campaigning on security grounds. He alleged non-BJP candidates within the fray for the elections were stopped from campaigning, whereas the administration used to be going out of its manner to serve the BJP.
“What manufacture of elections are being held in J&Okay the put candidates are being stopped from campaigning? Is this the stable, scare-free J&Okay the House Minister used to be tweeting regarding the day earlier to this,” Abdullah stated in a tweet.
He claimed candidates from parties opposing the BJP were being locked up.
“The J&Okay administration goes out of its manner to serve the BJP & its recently created king’s accumulate collectively by locking up candidates towards the BJP, using security as an excuse. If the safety scenario is now not undoubtedly conducive to campaigning what used to be the necessity to pronounce elections,” he asked in every other tweet. PDP president Mehbooba Mufti additionally stated non-BJP candidates were now not allowed to marketing and marketing campaign freely.
“Non-BJP candidates for DDC polls usually are now not allowed to marketing and marketing campaign freely & are being locked up on the pretense of security. But BJP & its proxies are given full bandobast to transfer around. Is this the democracy that GOI claimed its promoting within the day earlier to this’s cellphone convo with US President-elect?” Mufti wrote on Twitter.