Jammu, March 15: Former Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh yesterday left for New Delhi to discuss the present political scenario in the state. His New Delhi visit is being anticipated to bring back home some significant decision related to government formation.
Professsor Singh is scheduled to meet the top central leaders which may include BJP national president Amit Shah, general secretary Ram Madhav and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.
A senior BJP leader present who attended the party meeting at the BJP headquarters yesterday said that It is being presumed as an important meeting of the state and central BJP leaders for a final take on government formation.
Another party leader said that Governor Vohra is doing a great job in executing the development works which were taken up by the BJP while in the coalition.
Meanwhile, a source in the recent annual meeting of the RSS’s Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha at Nagaur said the issue of government crisis in Jammu and Kashmir had come up on the concluding day. A suggestion was made and accepted to keep the situation of government formation in Jammu and Kashmir the way it is now the source added.
The source added further that the top Sangh leaders were not in favour of restitching the alliance with the ideologically diametrically opposite party. The decision by the Sangh leaders to maintain the status quo in Jammu and Kashmir has been accepted by the local leadership.
Highly placed sources confirmed that PDP president Mehbooba Mufti is likely to visit New Delhi today to attend the ongoing Parliament session amid speculations that there might be a movement forward on the government formation in Jammu and Kashmir.