Srinagar : With Congress winning the assembly elections in Karnataka on Saturday, two former chief ministers of the erstwhile state of Jammu & Kashmir Congratulate Congress party for win in the assembly elections in Karnatka State.
According to a local news gathering agency former J&K CM and National Conference vice president Omar Abdullah said that after the defeat in the Karnataka polls, the BJP does not seem to be in a mood to hold elections in Jammu & Kashmir. “Now there is no way BJP will have the mood to hold Assembly elections to take place in J&K any time soon, Omar wrote on his Twitter handle.
Another former J&K CM and Peoples Democratic Party president Mehbooba Mufti said that Congress winning the Karnataka polls was not easy and hoped that this is “the start of a new beginning in India”.
Mufti tweeted, “Congratulations to @INCIndia for sweeping Karnataka. Wasn’t easy given that BJP unleashed the most vicious communal campaign. The people of Karnataka have rejected division & bigotry. I hope this is the start of a new beginning for India.”
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