UPA downslide worse than imagined, says Omar Abdullah

UPA downslide worse than imagined, says Omar Abdullah
Srinagar, May 16: The initial downslide in the UPA fortunes appears worse than he had imagined, but hoped the trends would reverse as counting of votes in the Lok Sabha polls progresses, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said Friday.

After watching the early trends from different parts of the country, Omar Abdullah said on his twitter site: "I imagined a worst case scenario but early trends are worse than that. Let's hope this trend reverses as the count progresses."

He has been one of the most vocal UPA allies who has criticised BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi during his election campaign.

Speaking to NDTV, Omar said, "I will consider whether I should continue as CM or not. But this is not the end of the game". 

On his Twitter account, Omar wrote, "Victory & defeat are part of any contest but if lessons aren't learnt from defeat victory becomes an impossible ask. I will learn from this."

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