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PDP, NC object to interest for conceding Anantnag survey
Posted 27 Apr 2024 02:17 PM


Requests for the rescheduling of Lok Sabha surveys in the Anantnag-Rajouri seat have brought the NC and PDP together in advance notice the Political decision Commission (EC) to stop from any such move.

NC VP and previous J&K Boss Priest Omar Abdullah on Friday said: "The EC should think about the perspectives on different gatherings also. The interest hosts not come from all gatherings."

Omar charged the BJP and its "auxiliary gatherings" alongside the organization of Jammu and Kashmir of bring forth a connivance to reschedule surveys in the fragment by refering to terrible street conditions on the Mughal street, which connects the Valley with Rajouri and Poonch regions of Jammu.

Mehbooba raises fixing fears

You need to rehash 1987. You know fixing in 1987 surveys made the current circumstances in J&K and prompted its draining and burial grounds. — Mehbooba Mufti, PDP Boss

The EC has looked for a report from the J&K organization on street conditions, climate and openness related imperatives on the Anantnag-Rajouri Parliamentary voting public, which is booked to go to surveys in the third stage on May 7.

Portrayals have been submitted looking for a reschedule by BJP J&K boss Ravinder Raina, People groups Gathering pioneer Imran Reza Ansari, Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party delegate Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari, individual from the J&K Patriot Individuals' Front, Promoter Mohammad Saleem Parray, and free up-and-comers Ali Mohammad Wani and Arsheed Ali Solitary.

The fundamental challenge in the voting demographic of Anantnag is between NC applicant Mian Altaf and PDP boss Mehbooba Mufti. "For certain days, we have been hearing that the BJP and their accomplice parties are attempting to bring forth such a scheme and the reason is that the Mughal street isn't in great shape," Omar said with the party up-and-comer Mian Altaf close to him.

In the mean time, Mehbooba has likewise scrutinized the calls for conceding the survey. She said the EC has never before throughout the entire existence of Jammu and Kashmir deferred any political decision because of severe weather patterns.

Battling in the Rajouri-Poonch region, Mehbooba Mufti expressed that while the street stayed shut down for a couple of days, it was opened on April 8. "The gatherings who have looked for delay are essential for the BJP and the BJP, being a rich party, can furnish them with a helicopter if they have any desire to battle," she added.

"You need to rehash 1987. You know the apparatus in the 1987 surveys made the current circumstances in J&K and prompted its draining and cemeteries," she said.

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