J&K DDC Polls : Omar Abdullah Alleges Candidates Stopped From Campaigning, Asks Amit Shah Where Is Terror- Free Jammu And Kashmir?

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National Conference (NC) vice-president and former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah while hitting out at Home Minister Amit Shah. Omar in his tweet  has alleged that candidates in fray for the District Development Council (DDC) polls beginning later this month in Jammu and Kashmir were being stopped from


Taking to Twitter, Abdullah asked whether this was the safe and terror-free Jammu and Kashmir Union Home Minister Amit Shah had tweeted about earlier.

“What sort of elections are being held in J&K where candidates are being stopped from campaigning? Is this the safe, terror free J&K the Home Minister was tweeting about yesterday,” Omar said.

In another scathing tweet, Omar wrote, The election is fast becoming a farce & also exposes the hollow claims of both the centre & state about the improved security situation in J&K.

As Jammu and Kashmir is slated to hold its first-ever elections to the District Development Councils (DDCs) scheduled to be held over eight phases beginning November 28. State Election Commissioner KK Sharma had earlier said that the first-ever elections for the DDCs will conclude on December 19 and the counting of votes be held on December 22.

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