o

I NEED to learn, started the process of introspection: Omar

After facing a humiliating drubbing by National Conference, it seems to have humbled Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.

A disappointed Omar on Sunday tweeted that he would analyse how things could be changed to boost the party’s poll fortunes in the upcoming Assembly elections.

Jammu and Kashmir Chief minister Omar Abdullah  said he has started to introspect over the rout of his party in the Lok Sabha elections.

“I have started the process of introspection & am listening to voices within the party but I need to hear from people other than colleague(s),” Omar Abdullah wrote on his Twitter handle.

“I want to learn, I NEED to learn. I’d like to try & make amends. I’ll give it my best shot & I’d rather fail trying than not try at all,” Omar Abdullah wrote.

Check Also

lok sabha

Over Rs 1,600 crore spent on relief, rehab of Kashmiri migrants this year

An amount of Rs 1663.92 crore has been incurred on relief and rehabilitation of Kashmiri …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *