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Omar Abdullah was power hungry or Congress party was pulling the strings for last six years?

In the last one week ever since star campaigners of National Conference and the Congress party have embarked on the campaign trail to woo electorate in their favor they have been fighting a bitter battle of words and exposing  behind the scene rumblings between the alliance partners.

On one hand Omar has been repeatedly attacking the congress party over its propaganda  with regard to creation of administrative units in the state and forcing the National Conference leadership to settle down to incorporate 73rd and 74 th amendment in to the state Act.  

While doing so Omar also claims that it has him who forced Congress hand to create administrative units by pressurizing them as congress ministers were reluctant to do so.

On the other hand former Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad who is currently leading the congress partys campaign in the state is targeting the Omar Abdullah led alliance govt for ignoring the development of the backward regions of the state and not doing enough to build the infrastructure in remote areas of the state.

Irked over the sustained campaign of the congress party Omar Abdullah has even hit back at the congress claims saying till few months ago when he was campaigning along with Rahul Gandhi for Congress candidates every thing was fine but now when they are fighting against each other the congress has started finding faults with the National  Conference.

Ironically, during the six year long journey if the alliance partners were not comfortable working with each other why even Omar Abdullah could not gather the courage to call it quits or the congress party was holding the power strings in their hands to run the alliance govt. Even when all this is happening the state govt remains intact and alliance leaders keep targeting each other to woo the electorate in their favour.

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