Wrong to deny any Modi influence in elections: Omar Abdullah
Jammu – Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday said that it would be wrong to deny any Narendra Modi influence in the elections.
“As far as a Modi wave is concern, I think it will be a bit of an exaggeration, also it would be wrong on our part to deny any influence of Modi in the election,” Abdullah told media here.
“But I won’t use the word wave but, yes there is a Modi effect. And that affect may not so much be on the average voters but it is visible among the cadre of the BJP,” he added.
The BJP had on September 13 declared the Gujarat Chief Minster its prime ministerial candidate for 2014 elections.