People’s Conference chairman Sajjad Gani Lone Monday claimed that former chief minister Omar Abdullah held a secret meeting with the the leadership of a “national party” in New Delhi following the 2014 Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir.
Addressing a poll rally in Kupwara, Lone challenged Abdullah to reveal who he met and what was discussed in the two and half hour meeting.
Lone claimed that Abdullah begged for support from the ‘national party president’ as he wanted to be Jammu and Kashmir chief minister.
He has till tomorrow to reveal who he met for two and a half hours and begged support for J&K chief minister’s post after the results of 2014 Assembly elections were announced,” Lone claimed.
“If he doesn’t then I will reveal it myself tomorrow,” he said.
Lone also attacked Omar for blaming the PDP-BJP government for NIA summons to Mirwaiz Umar Farooq.
The NIA was created during the rule of NC’s ally Congress at the Centre, he said, and asked why Omar and his father Farooq Abdullah had remained silent on the issue back then.
Lone said his party was mulling to move the High Court over government ban of civilian traffic on highway two days a week.