BJP to return to power in 2019 Lok Sabha elections: Omar Abdullah

Omar Abdullah took to twitter and said, "The myth of opposition unity has been systematically shown for what it is- a chimera. It's each 1 (one) for themselves in 2019 & 5 (five) more years 2 (to) BJP."

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: August 8, 2017 1:49 pm
omar abdullah, gujarat rajya sabha elections, ahmad patel, ahmed patel, BJP, omar abdullah gujarat elections, jairam ramesh, indian express news, india news Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and President National Conference Omar Abdullah targeted the opposition and said that BJP will again come to power. PTI Photo

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Monday targeted the opposition and hinted at the BJP returning to power in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Abdullah took to twitter and said, “The myth of opposition unity has been systematically shown for what it is- a chimera. It’s each 1 (one) for themselves in 2019 & 5 (five) more years 2 (to) BJP.”

The National Conference working president reacted to the Gujarat Rajya sabha elections and said that he hope the party can take a note to what the senior Congress leader said. “I hope there are people in the Grand Old Party who sit up & take note of what Jairam is saying. Dismissing his views will be shortsighted,” he tweeted.

Senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh  on Monday in an exclusive interview to PTI said that “I would say that the Congress is facing an existential crisis. It is not an electoral crisis. The party really is in deep crisis. We have to understand we are up against Mr Modi, Mr Shah. And they think differently, they act differently, and if we are not flexible in our approach, we will become irrelevant, frankly. “

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    Nirav Vaishnav
    Aug 9, 2017 at 2:22 am
    I was with Modi Ji I am with Modi Ji and will Vote for Modi Ji.no scam new idea and thinking about common public. Congress will no more in Gujarat elections... BJP and Namo will be in power again.
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      ajaz
      Aug 8, 2017 at 11:46 pm
      Let bjp win 2019 n 2026 elections also , I don't understand y is omer abdullah so much concerned about it ,, is it bjp has stopped NCs funds ,they r funding PDP their partner in making kashmir indias integral part , congress funding NC has left some work undone that is y NC is mulling that they couldn't get the chance to receive the money for art 35a ,, I wish RSS come to power so that both PDP n NC get eliminated .
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        Ramasamy
        Aug 8, 2017 at 8:14 pm
        I have not. Voted to BJP. So far . But. I will vote for Modij 's BJP in coming elections. Definitely he is having good intention to uplift the poor and middle of all religion and community. His schemes will give benefit in next one year. Now we are seeing improvemet
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        1. kamal singh rawat
          Aug 8, 2017 at 9:40 pm
          Yes I also did not vote for Modi last time. This time I will. No ScAms, New ideas / initiatives , equality for all. No appea t . Continuously on the job , No dynastic rule, taken hard decisions needed for Progress
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          Kamala Devi Subrahmanyan
          Aug 8, 2017 at 8:02 pm
          At least now the Congress Party should see the writing on the wall If the High Command refuses to do so the other party members who are genuinely interested in savings the country should do what Indira Gandhi did . She broke off formed the Congress O party
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            Suresh
            Aug 8, 2017 at 7:36 pm
            No one actually knew much about Modi during 2014 elections. His Jumlas gave him a great success. As of today the people of India have tested his capacity and realized that it is only hawabaazi. Still there are a lot of bhakts who need to be convinced about the true intentions of BJP which are highly personal in nature instead of for the country. I had voted for BJP and felt very proud in 2014 because the party I chose won with a huge majority. I am still a BJP bhakt but my stand today is that if one more scam or corruption comes up from among the BJP "leaders" .......BJP is going to loose 1 vote during 2019 elections and that vote is going to be mine.
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              Tera Baap
              Aug 9, 2017 at 7:56 am
              Can you list the scams and prove your allegations? If you know all the facts why are you barking on this forum? Why are you not taking Modi to the court? Faltu bakwas kar raha hai
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