Srinagar, Jan 28: Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Thurday, Jan 28 said PDP and BJP had let down the state as no city figures in the first list of 20 identified for development as Smart Cities even though the alliance partners had agreed to have Srinagar and Jammu in it.
"So much for the 'Agenda for Alliance' being a sacred document. Once again the PDP/BJP let down the state. No smart city for J&K today," Omar tweeted.
His tweet came soon after the Centre announced the first list of 20 cities for the Smart City project which included no city from Jammu and Kashmir. Before entering into an alliance after the assembly polls last year, PDP and BJP had agreed on including Srinagar and Jammu in the smart city project.
PDP had earlier described the Agenda for Alliance' as a "sacred" document.