SHIMLA, Jan. 9 -- Former minister and senior People's Democratic Party (PDP) leader, Altaf Bukhari came out in support of National Conference (NC) vice-president, Omar Abdullah calling for an end to coalition politics in Jammu and Kashmir.

Abdullah on Monday had asked people to give him a full mandate saying "coalition politics has failed in the state and is not in the interests of the people".

Endorsing Omar's statement, former J&K finance minister, Altaf Bukhari said, "I personally believe that the bitter experiments of 2002, 2008 and 2015 coalition governments in J&K made people suffer. Be it PDP-Congress, NC-Congress or PDP-BJP, all these equations undermined accountability as the interests of the voters of either of the two coalition...