Ruling out re-elections and imposition of Governor’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir, BJP on Sunday said efforts are on for the sustainable government in the state for next six years.
Re-elections or the imposition of governor’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir can in no way be the solution of the issue, says BJP general secretary and in-charge JK affairs Rameesh Aroora. He added that the people of the state have given mandate to the political parties to govern for the six years and if their aspirations are not taken into account, the any move other than the formation of the new government could be against the sentiments of the people who have voted during the state elections of 2014.
BJP maintained further that the party has only set three conditions for the alliance with any other political camp in Kashmir for the making of the new government.
“We have maintained our stand that the sovereignty of India can in no way be compromised. Second is that priority must be given to the development of the state and third is equal share of funds and development for all the three regions of JK- Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh.”
Aroora said the state BJP has authorized its high command to take final decision on the alliance in JK and that soon a breakthrough is expected.
He also remarked that before 1st of January, when the state Governor has called both BJP and PDP to come up with the details over government formation, a breakthrough and a serious development is expected.
While ruling out the possibility of any re-elections, BJP general secretary said the state is not in a condition to go for polls again. “There has been around 70 percent of the polling recorded. Holding elections again is not an easy affair. For ensuring democratically elected government in the state, the party is open for negotiations.”