Omar Abdullah-J&K Ministers-JKNC Website

Omar claims there is democracy in parties like NC but profiles of Senior Party leaders have been kept blank on the official party website to promote Omar and his close aide

On Sunday Chief Minister Omar Abdullah had claimed in his tweet that there is more democracy in so called family run parties like JKNC than there is in parties with a difference.

He tweeted, “I dare say there is more democracy in so called “family run” parties like JKNC then there is in “parties with a difference” #justsaying”

 

Interestingly close scrutiny of the official website of the ruling party i.e., http://jknc.in/ clearly revealed barring Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and one of his close aides, who is Provincial President of the party in Jammu region profile of all other leaders of the party have been blank.

Though an effort has been made to highlight the complete bio data of Chief Minister and DS Rana in a bid to polish their image but the senior leaders of the party have been accorded step motherly treatment.

As you scan the website for details and profile of the party legislators and senior leaders you end up noticing unique pattern.

According to the JKNC website only the bio-date of Omar Abdullah and his close aide DS Rana has been updated while profiles of senior party leaders including Finance Minister AR Rather, Party General secretary and younger brother of Dr Abdullah Dr Mustafa Kamal, Rural Development Minister Ali Mohd Sagar, Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Mir Saifullah and Provincial President (Kashmir) Nasir Aslam Wani have been blacked out.

The visitors logging in get to see only the face of senior party ministers and other legislators. There is not even a single line mention of their academic record or other contributions. But in case of Omar Abdullah and DS Rana the complete bio datas with comprehensive details have been posted.

Omar Abdullah DS Rana Nasir Aslam Wani Mustafa Kamal Abdul Rahim Rather Biodata on JKNC Website

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