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Centre trying to give more time to BJP to form the Government
11/20/2018 10:28:00 PM
If the Governor of Jammu and
Kashmir is any guide possibilities of Government formation has not been given up. The basis for the report is his(Governor's) ruling out replacing the Governor's rule by the President's rule and for the dissolution of the Assembly. That means the centre is giving time to the BJP for the formation of the Go vernment. Governor Satya Pal Malik has ruled out dissolution of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly anytime soon, saying the House will continue to remain in suspended animation till the time it completes its six-year term or the time is ripe for fresh elections.
"Governor's rule will end on December 19; thereafter, President's rule will come into force." The state had come under Governor's rule on June 20 after Mehbooba Mufti resigned as Chief Minister following withdrawal of support by the BJP. In J&K, Governor's rule lasts for six months and on its expiry, it automatically comes under President's rule when the Governor's legislative powers (vested in him as per the J&K Constitution) get transferred to Parliament. On why the House would remain in suspended animation, he said "it is also a sort of political process where MLAs get funds and spend in constituencies. Why should we kill this political process?"He said the "successful and peaceful municipal polls have lifted the mood of the people and that is turning the situation towards normalcy. Additionally, our focus is on addressing militancy that exists in the mind"
The National Conference vice president, Omar Abdullah, has cautioned the BJP not to wish for a walkover in the Assembly elections indicating that the National Conference will take part in the Assembly elections thereby disowning his father Dr Farooq Abdullah who had opposed participation in the ULB polls and in the Assembly or the Lok Sabha elections. One thing is peculiar about the NC its leaders cannot live peacefully without power and participation in the Assembly elections is a must for the party because it has a winning chance. That is another thing whether the NC will form the Government on its own or it joins hands with the Congress. However, till 2020 there is no chance for either holding the elections or dissolving the Assembly allowing the BJP and Sajjad lone to cobble a coalition Government. The BJP and Sajjad had so far failed but the centre is trying to allow time to them to form the Government.
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