PM Narendra Modi has surrendered before Pakistan
SRINAGAR - Prime Minister Narendra Modi has “surrendered” before Pakistan, militants and separatists, National Conference (NC) leader Omar Abdullah said on Sunday, soon after the Election Commission’s no to simultaneous assembly and Lok Sabha link in Jammu and Kashmir.
The EC announced the schedule for Lok Sabha polls to be held in seven phases across the country, including in J-K (five phases), but cited security grounds for not holding the assembly polls simultaneously.
In Anantnag Lok Sabha seat, polling will be held in three phases due to security reasons.
“In light of the failure to conduct assembly elections on time in J&K I’m retweeting my tweets from a few days ago. PM Modi has surrendered to Pakistan, link the militants & to the hurriyat. Well done Modi Sahib. 56 inch chest failed. #slowclap, Omar, the NC vice-president, wrote on Twitter.
The first phase will be held on April 11, second on April 18, third on April 23 and fourth on April 29, fifth on May 6, sixth on May 12 and seventh phase on May 19. Counting of votes for all seven phases would be done on May 23.
Mr. Omar said Mr. Modi’s “abject surrender” to anti-India forces is “a crying shame”.
“Balakote & Uri are not symbols of PM Modi’s handling of national security, J&K is and look at the mess he has made there. The abject surrender to anti-India forces is a crying shame, he said.