National Conference leader Omar Abdullah Thursday questioned Congress party's election campaign in Jammu and Kashmir saying it was inexplicable that the opposition party conceded a "walkover" to the BJP as far as optics were concerned.
"The Congress was in with a fighting chance in 4 of the 6 seats and in 3 of these the BJP was the main opponent. It's inexplicable how the BJP was simply given a walkover as far as the optics of the campaign were concerned," Abdullah said in a series of tweets.
"It says a lot about the Congress party & its approach to J&K. There hasn't been a single election meeting by its leadership," he tweeted.
"Contrast this with the number of rallies addressed by Modi ji & Amit Shah. They may not have come to the valley but they didn't ignore the state," he added.
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