Omar blames PDP-BJP for non-inclusion of Srinagar, Jammu in smart city list

Srinagar: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Thursday blamed the PDP-BJP coalition for not figuring any city from Jammu and Kashmir in smart city list.

As Government of India Thursday released a list of 98 cities, including 24 state capitals, which are to be developed as smart cities, none of the two capital cities of Jammu and Kashmir figured in the list for which former chief minister Omar Abdullah on twitter blamed Coalition government.

“So much for the Agenda for Alliance being a sacred document (sic). Once again the PDP/BJP let down the state. No smart city for J&K today,” Omar Abdullah wrote on microblogging site Twitter on Thursday. 

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