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Two passe Jammu and Kashmir chief ministers pick now to no longer contest assembly elections

Two passe chief ministers of Jammu and Kashmir own determined to now no longer contest the assembly elections. Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti own determined to now no longer contest the assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir that are to be held subsequent three hundred and sixty five days. Each of them own determined that unless the central govt restores statehood to Jammu and Kashmir, they’ll now no longer contest the elections.  

Jammu and Kashmir became as soon as converted true into a Union Territory on August 4, 2019. Since then, the regional political parties in Jammu and Kashmir had been pushing for the restoration of statehood. 

”Omar has acknowledged from the starting that if the statehood is now no longer restored, he might per chance additionally simply now no longer fight elections,” acknowledged Farooq Abdullah, Patron of Nationwide Conference.

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The PDP president Mehbooba Mufti had additionally acknowledged that she’s going to now no longer contest the assembly elections. Mehbooba Mufti had acknowledged that the next assembly election is now no longer her priority, neither is achieving energy.

”Election is now no longer my priority personally. Elections will occur, and my celebration will purchase half however my priority is to fight the present concern within the valley. People are suffocated, there’s monitoring in each place, they’ve caged our tips in addition. There is so great suppression and so many arrests of childhood, uncomfortable boys are being taken to jails outdoors the J&K, unemployment components. Our existence is beneath threat, the BJP is making an try and reach our existence,” acknowledged Mehbooba Mufti, Feeble Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir. 

While each the passe chief ministers own determined to now no longer contest the upcoming assembly elections, their parties–Nationwide Conference and PDP–will doubtless be contesting the assembly polls. PDP has been pushing for a coalition between all People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) parties with an agenda to capture BJP away from energy. 

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