National Conference coming closer to BJP in Jammu and Kashmir? Umar Abdullah and Ravindra Raina’s tweets stirred up

Assembly elections are due in Jammu and Kashmir by the end of this year or early next year. Elections have not been held there since the end of Article 370. Meanwhile, speculation has started about the alliance between the National Conference and the Bharatiya Janata Party. For this, people have resorted to the dialogue on Twitter of National Conference Vice President Omar Abdullah and BJP State President Ravinder Raina.

Omar Abdullah, reacting to a statement by the Jammu and Kashmir BJP state president, said on Friday that neither political opponents are enemies of each other nor politics is for division and hatred. His comments were taken by people on Twitter. A user has termed this as a sign of backdoor agreement between the National Conference (NC) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Let us tell you that in a video, Jammu and Kashmir BJP chief Ravinder Raina has called Omar Abdullah a gem among the top political leaders of the union territory. Raina said, “When I became a member of the assembly along with Omar Abdullah, we saw as a human being that Omar Abdullah is a gem among the top political leaders of Jammu and Kashmir. So we are also friends.”

He said that Omar Abdullah was the first person to know his condition when he got infected with Corona. He had to call and inquire about his condition.

Responding to Raina’s tweet, Omar Abdullah said that politicians need not personally hate each other if they disagree politically. In a series of tweets, he said, “Why is politics about division and hatred? Where does politics say that we have to personally hate each other to disagree politically? I have political opponents, not my enemies.” Huh.”

He said, “I am grateful for these words of Ravinder Raina. I am glad that these words will not stop us from opposing each other.”

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