JAMMU: Senior BJP leaders from Jammu and Kashmir will meet the party high command in New Delhi on Monday to discuss the political situation in the state after PDP president Mehbooba Mufti sought assurances on the agenda of alliance with the BJP.
“Former deputy chief minister Nirmal Singh, state BJP president Satpal Sharma and Lok Sabha member Jugal Kishore will go and meet the central party leadership in Delhi today (Monday) to discuss the political deadlock in Jammu and Kashmir,” BJP sources told Media Sources here.
They also said the Bharatiya Janata Party leaders will call on Governor N.N. Vohra on Tuesday to apprise him of the party’s stand on the new government’s formation in the state.
The confusion over government formation got confounded when Mehbooba Mufti categorically said on Sunday that she needed assurances on time-bound implementation of the agenda of alliance between the PDP and the BJP.
BJP core group also discussed upon what statement to be made to Governor on Tuesday as Governor has called PDP and BJP to come up with their stand on government formation. Following Governor’s orders, the party needs to be be divisive to tackle an move PDP decides to make in the future course. Henceforth the party has deputed three senior leaders to visit Delhi and talk the the central Leadership regarding the same.
As per the speculations, Mehbooba has set certain conditions before BJP including revocation of AFSPA. Mehbooba has raked up the issue at such a crucial time when other state development issues lie in the lurk including government formation.
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