Published: Fri, June 22, 2018
World News | By Laverne Osborne

Deteriorating law main reason for pullout in Jammu and Kashmir: BJP

Deteriorating law main reason for pullout in Jammu and Kashmir: BJP

The Congress ruled out a possibility of an alliance with PDP.

Senior state Congress and NC leaders said that once PDP refused to be part of the proposed grand alliance soon after the state polls, it was no longer tenable.

"I think it (situation) will worsen".

The BJP's decision to come on board with PDP was well reasoned, as it seemed appropriate and far-sighted.

"Keeping in mind the larger national is time the reins of power in the state be handed over to the governor", or direct rule from New Delhi, Madhav said. The state flag continues to be hoisted, but issuing circular and later withdrawing it was a symptom of disharmony between the ruling partners.

On Tuesday, following the BJP's withdrawal, the PDP's Mehbooba Mufti submitted her resignation as Jammu and Kashmir chief minister to governor Vohra. Instead, at the June 19 media conference, he cited Srinagar's "discrimination" against Jammu and Ladakh as one thing that displeased the BJP.

Neymar not fully fit for Brazil's World Cup opener, says Tite
Mexico's win came on the back of hacing played played 68 games since 2015, the most by any of the 32 teams at the tournament. They are working well in the transition from the attack in defence, it's very fast now.

"When the PDP was formed, we voted for it, thinking it as our own party".

The deteriorating law-and-order situation in Jammu and Kashmir was the main reason for the BJP to pull out from the government and pave way for Governor's rule to ensure restoration of peace and normalcy, state party chief Ravinder Raina on Wednesday said. The case did hit the BJP as the CM flatly refused to accede any such demand; what's more led to two ministers get the sack for attending a public meeting organised by Hindus who had migrated from Rassana alleging harassment by the investigation agency.

The BJP, which had allied with the regional People's Democratic Party (PDP) in 2015 to rule India's only Muslim-majority state, urged a federal response to the increasing terrorism and violence in a territory that is also claimed by neighboring Pakistan. According to the officials, the governor has called a meeting of all party heads, including the heads of the state units of the national parties, tomorrow to discuss the situation in the state.

This weekend, on June 23, the BJP's Shah is coming to Jammu attend to a function to mark the death anniversary of Mookerjee.

The central government is in favour of having a "political" person as the next governor of Jammu and Kashmir, the Hindustan Times reported on Friday.

Omar had on Wednesday called for the dissolution of the Assembly, saying it would thwart alleged plans and attempts by the BJP to lure away rival party legislators.

Like this: