National Conference leader Omar Abdullah today said while Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti was going “door to door” in Delhi to save her job, Jammu and Kashmir was teetering on the brink with student protests a new cause of worry. Omar was reacting to the events of the day which saw Mehbooba call on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Rajnath Singh in the national capital. Students of two prestigious colleges here also took to the streets against the alleged high-handedness of security forces.
“While Mehbooba Mufti goes door to door in Delhi to save her job, the state teeters on the brink – student protests are the new worry,” Omar, the working president of the NC, wrote in a series of tweets. “The CM has managed to get herself a reprieve from the PM and secured her job for 3 more months. Sadly nothing will improve with her in office,” the former chief minister said.
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In a direct attack on the chief minister, Omar said she needs to wake up to the reality of her leadership as she was unable to hold by-elections in the very Lok Sabha constituency which she had won in 2014 general elections. “Madam, you are UNABLE to hold elections to the Parliament seat you vacated. Please wake up & smell the reality of your leadership. “Before @MehboobaMufti goes about inviting other CMs to organise events in J&K how about getting her government to organise Anantnag LS poll,” he said.