Srinagar: National Conference Vice-President Omar Abdullah has said that the Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government doesn’t want to hold elections in Indian Illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir for fear of defeat, because it knows that the Kashmiris will never vote for BJP.
Omar Abdullah, talking to journalists in Srinagar, said he has been saying since the first day that Modi does not want to hold elections in the occupied territory because he knows that the people are not with him.
He said that the Indian government is not in the mood to hold any other election in Jammu and Kashmir except for the Parliament. He said if elections are held, Kashmiris will punish BJP through votes and this fact is known to the BJP, therefore, the Modi government is not in favour of holding elections in occupied Kashmir.
To a question about the meeting of the opposition in Jammu, Omar Abdullah said the situation in occupied Jammu and Kashmir will be reviewed in this meeting. He said that this meeting has been specially organized in Jammu.