Mufti Sayeed has said that he was not interested in becoming CM, but wanted to clear the bad name brought by militants to the people of Kashmir.
“We are a democratic party and we will not hold back if anybody will come to us for talks,’’ Jitendra Singh said.
Police have cordoned off the entire area, and a search operation has been launched to nab the attackers.
A cache of arms and ammunition has been recovered from the possession of the arrested militant.
The army on Thursday said that 200 heavily armed militants were waiting in 36 launching pads across the LoC.
Lt General Singh said that the troops were fully prepared to meet any eventuality.
Pakistan said that it will not start dialogue with India if Kashmir issue was not part of the agenda.
NC formally offered support to PDP in a letter to N N Vohra for forming a govt that could break the logjam of over three weeks.
NC is ready to join hands with PDP if the latter talks about the state’s welfare.
Unable to form alliance, parties blame each other; final decision may be taken only by Feb-end.
Governor’s rule was imposed in the state today after political parties failed to muster the requisite number in the 87-member Assembly
Amit Shah said that the party is in talks with both PDP and NC over government formation in the state.
PMO will present it before the council of ministers and it will be discussed before the Cabinet.
Union Minister of State in the PMO Jitendra Singh tonight evaded a direct reply to a question on the possibility of Governor’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir, saying “I think (the) Governor can answer that”. “I don’t know about all that (imposition of Governor’s rule in the state). I am not equipped to answer that. […]
J&K Governor NN Vohra has submitted a report to the Centre, recommending Governor rule in the state.
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