Srinagar, Mar 12 : National Conference vice-president and former chief minister, Omar Abdullah on Friday, while reacting to disassociation of Syed Basharat Bukhari from the party, said that it was not going to happen.
According to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Omar on his official Twitter handle wished Bukhari all the best for his political journey ahead.
“It wasn’t to be. I wish Basharat all the best for where ever his political journey takes him next,” Omar tweeted.
Earlier, senior leader and former law minister Syed Basharat Bukhari disassociated himself from the National Conference.
In a letter to party president Dr Farooq Abdullah, Bukhari urged him to acknowledge the “expression” as he was disassociating himself from the party.
In a separate letter to party vice-president Omar Abdullah, Bukhari expressed his gratitude for Omar’s “Love and affection” toward him during his stint in the party—(KNO)