National Conference (NC) vice-president Omar Abdullah challenged Democratic Progressive Azad Party (DPAP) chairman Ghulam Nabi Azad on Monday, April 15, to contest the upcoming Lok Sabha polls against him, instead of “hiding behind a camera” and making statements targeting his party.

Abdullah, a former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister, is contesting the election from north

Kashmir’s Baramulla parliamentary constituency. He is currently on a four-day tour of the Chenab Valley region to garner support for INDIA bloc candidate Choudhary Lal Singh.

The Chenab valley, comprising the Doda, Kishtwar, and Ramban districts, is an area where Azad has considerable influence. It also forms part of the Udhampur parliamentary constituency, which is going to polls on April 19.
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