“There is no progress. As far as we are concerned there is no change in conditions that existed when Mufti Mohammed Sayeed was the Chief Minister. The only change is that Mufti Saheb is no longer there and it was for PDP to appoint a new leader and carry on”.
“The first thing is that no new demand is acceptable to us and the second thing is that if there are new demands then it can be taken up once a new government takes over. A state government always has a right to make demands to the Centre. A government cannot be formed on the basis of conditions”.
“Unfortunately, he passed away. Where Mufti sahab left, we should move ahead from there”.
Watch how Mehbooba Mufti will now try & claim that her party wasn’t asking for anything new and how the PM has let down J&K.— Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) March 18, 2016
If all she wanted was the Agenda of Alliance, that was a roadmap with a SIX yr implementation period so what was the problem with timeframe? — Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) March 18, 2016
It seems she didn’t know what she wanted from the centre & got tripped up because her demands were too vague & her response too erratic.— Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) March 18, 2016
Mehbooba’s father negotiated the Agenda of Alliance so she must tell us what was wrong with it. Her father was CM 10 months with this agenda — Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) March 18, 2016