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National Conference delegation meets PM Modi

A National Conference party delegation met Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss the current political crisis in Jammu&Kashmir. The delegation was headed by Farooq Abdullah and his son former Chief Minister of J&K Omar Abdullah. They informed the Prime Minister about the current situation in the state and also requested for an early election.

Meanwhile Governor Satya Pal Malik is focusing on development of the state. He said that the government is working for the welfare of every citizen. He also appealed to citizens  not to pay attention to any rumors emphasizing that the situation in the state is normal.

Rapid political developments can be seen in Jammu & Kashmir. Addressing a gathering National General Secretary of BJP Ram Madhav attacked separatists and political families for the current situation in the state.

After a crucial meeting of Jammu and Kashmir unit of BJP in Delhi last tuesday, the party has announced Vice President of BJP Avinash Rai Khanna as the election in charge for the state. Currently, President’s rule is in place in J &K. According to sources assembly elections may be announced soon after the Amarnath Yatra ends.

On Wednesday, the chief electoral officer of Jammu and Kashmir, Shailendra Kumar called for a meeting with 22 district election officers on Friday. They will review the verification of electors, changes in voter details and overall revision and sanitization of electoral rolls for the assembly polls that may be held later this year.

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