SRINAGAR: Nationwide Convention chief Omar Abdullah on Saturday denounced former governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Satya Pal Malik, for "mendacity steadily", saying he doesn’t respect his identify .
In keeping with media studies, Malik, at the moment governor of Goa, mentioned that two regional events had refused to take part within the elections (in Jammu and Kashmir) below stress from Pakistan.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi had declared that we might manage elections to the panchayat (in J&Okay). I broke the protocol and went to the residences of Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti. They refused to take part below stress from Pakistan. Terrorists have additionally threatened however the elections had been held efficiently, "mentioned Malik on Saturday. Reacting to those remarks, Omar mentioned that the previous J-Okay governor by no means tires of mendacity.
“Solely naam ka satya not kaam ka. He by no means tires of mendacity. Lied to J&Okay individuals earlier than August 5 and is mendacity now. Hiding behind the partitions of Raj Bhavan secure from libel lawsuits, he feels emboldened to shoot his mouth. Let him say all of it when he's now not governor and see (sic), "he wrote on Twitter.
"Often I’d not have responded to his absurd ramblings, however then some individuals start to imagine that he’s telling the reality, I realized the laborious means together with his trash, so now I'm not taking any of her mendacity lies, "he mentioned in one other tweet. In September 2018, the PDP and the Nationwide Convention boycotted polls by native city our bodies and panchayats, saying the central authorities was not dedicated to safeguarding the particular constitutional provisions for Jammu and Kashmir.
The 2 sides had introduced that they’d not contest the polls till the Middle and the governor's administration clarified the place on part 35-A which granted rights and particular privileges in Jammu and Kashmir.
On August 5, 2019, the Middle deleted articles 370 and 35A from the structure and divided the outdated state into two Union territories – Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.