New Delhi: BJP leader Ram Madhav has denied a reported meeting between top BJP leaders and National Conference leadership on Thursday.
News about BJP leaders meeting NC leadership in Delhi baseless
— Ram Madhav (@rammadhavbjp) December 25, 2014
His denial came hours after it was widely reported in the media that Omar Abdullah had met him, BJP president Amit Shah and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in Delhi.
In the 87-member House, PDP bagged 28 seats, BJP got 25 seats, National Conference 15, Congress 12 and Others 7.
If the BJP gets NC's support and that of the Independents, it can reach the magic figure of 44.
Omar Abdullah had also tweeted today morning. However, his tweet was meant to deny reports that he has postponed his visit to UK given the rapidly changing political dynamics in the state.
I don't want to spoil a good story but I haven't cancelled or postponed my trip to England. I was always booked on the 27th of Dec.
— Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) December 25, 2014
Earlier, BJP president Shah had said that the party is keeping "all options" open towards government formation in the J&K.
The party has also deputed a two-member team led by senior leader Arun Jaitley to hold talks with the party's newly-elected MLAs in Jammu and Kashmir on possibility of forming government besides supervising election of their leader in the Assembly.
The decision was taken by BJP's Parliamentary Board, the highest decision-making body of the the party, which met here and discussed the election results in Jammu and Kashmir as well as Jharkhand. The meeting was attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, party chief Amit Shah and other senior leaders.