BJP today hit out at Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah for his remarks on developments within the party saying that unlike others,theirs was not a “father-son” or “mother-son” party.
“Omar is unable to appreciate that BJP is a party of healthy inner-party democracy because unlike some other parties,BJP is not a ‘father-son’ or ‘mother-son’ party,” BJP national executive member and chief spokesperson in J-K,Dr Jitendra Singh,said here in reaction to Abdullah’s tweets.
The J-K CM had yesterday said that it should not matter to BJP that its patriarch LK Advani had quit since his opinion had been ignored by the party.
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“If his opinion didn’t matter to you yesterday,why is his resignation a crisis for you today?” Omar had said in a tweet on micro-blogging site twitter.com.
The remarks followed Advani’s announcement that he was stepping down from key party fora.
Meanwhile,Omar today expressed surprise over Advani’s projection in certain sections as a symbol of secularism in the NDA coalition.
“LK Advani as the NDA’s mascot of secularism. Who would have imagined!!!!!!” Omar,whose National Conference was a constituent of the alliance from 1999-2003,said in another tweet.
Reacting to the fresh comments,Singh said that although the J-K CM had received his training in politics under former prime minister Atal Behari Vajpayee,he still needed to learn a lot from the legacy of Vajpayee and Advani enshrined in the BJP.