Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Friday said that a number of political appointees were still to come to terms with the “demise of the coalition government” in Jammu and Kashmir.
Taking to a social networking site twitter Omar wrote: “A number of political appointees to various organisations & bodies are still to come to terms with the demise of the coalition govt. They are clinging on to their chairs but at who’s pleasure are they serving now that their CM has resigned (sic)?.”
On June 19, 2018, PDP President Mehbooba Mufti submitted her resignation to Governor NN Vohra after BJP pulled out of the alliance with PDP.
The resignation of Mehbooba has paved way for the Governor’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir. Governor’s rule was imposed in the state on June 20, 2018.