SRINAGAR: A female District Development Council (DDC) member from Kangan, who had resigned last month from Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Saturday, rejoined the party.
Tasleema Aadil rejoined the PDP in presence of party’s district president, Bashir Ahmad Mir, who also confirmed the development to the news agency KNO.
“We welcomed her once again in the party fold,” he said.
Notably, Tasleema Adil emerged victorious in the recently held maiden DDC polls from Kangan A constituency on PDP’s ticket.
On February 09, she sent a letter to PDP’s District President Ganderbal wherein she announced her resignation from the primary membership of the party.
However, after a month today, Tasleema rejoined the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) today.
Notably, Kangan A constituency was reserved seat for a woman where six women candidates had filed nomination papers while Tasleema from PDP bagged 1644 votes and was subsequently declared the winner.
The candidates in the fray in the constituency include three independents and one each from BJP, Apni party and PDP.