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Amid strained relations with party, PDP leader goes abroad
1/10/2019 11:18:13 PM

Early Times Report
srinagar, Jan 10: Even as relations of a senior leader of the Peoples Democratic Party have been reportedly worsening with the leadership, he has gone aboard on "vacations".
Sources said the PDP leader who had recently supported Omar Abdullah for his political views on coalition government, has taken "leave" from the party affairs and gone out of the country.
The leader, who is said to be travelling to Europe, is understood to have decided to take "break from the politics till the weather improves in the state." He was also accused of planning to float a separate party.
Sources said the leader who is away, has been in regular touch with some of the leaders from the National Conference and has been enjoying cordial relations with the NC leadership on phone.
It was reliably learnt that the leader left for abroad after consultations with his team of advisors including some politicians from north Kashmir.
Sources said the leader had been keeping many of his colleagues in "dilemma" about his future plans. "He has not been clearly speaking on anything. One day he looks like PDP leader and other day he is like a NC leader. We are confused and things can only be clear when he returns," said a PDP leader on the condition of anonymity.
Sources said the party was deciding to take disciplinary action against the said leader for having echoed observations of NC President Omar Abdullah without taking the PDP into confidence. "Besides this particular issues, there were other serious allegations against him as well and that all was supposed to be discussed by the party leadership to decide about future course of action. But his being out of station had brought every such disciplinary action to a halt," said a PDP leader.
It was reliably learnt that the said leader has told the party leadership that the things would be "amicably resolved" when the returns to Kashmir.
Despite repeated attempts the said leader was not available for comments.
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