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GoI using coercion to keep JK Assembly in suspended animation: Harsh Dev
8/27/2018 10:13:17 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Aug 27: Alleging unethical practices and increased reports of horse trading in govt formation in the state, a battalion a NPP activists led by Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP and Yash Paul Kundal State President Young Panthers held a massive protest demonstration prior to All Party Meet (APM) organized by Election Commission of India at 'Pravasi Bhartiya Kendra' in New Delhi today seeking immediate dissolution of J&K Assembly. The agitated NPP workers amid thundering slogans invited the attention of President of India and Election Commission towards wrongful prolongation of suspended Assembly and the resultant reports of horse trading and sought immediate dissolution of J&K House.
Referring to the political impasse created in the state in the wake of suspension of Assembly pursuant to breakdown of BJP-PDP govt, Harsh Dev Singh expressed concern over the reported attempts of various political parties wooing the rival legislators in a bid to form govt by hook or crook. There were reports of floor crossing amidst allurements and enticements held out to legislators of other parties, he said. The panic stricken political parties were trying hard to keep their flock together and to rescue their members from falling prey to the enchantments and charms of the opponents, said Singh. Accusing the BJP in particular of trying to engineer defections in other parties through support of central agencies, Harsh Dev Singh said that such bizarre machinations did not auger well for the state and could result in further alienation. And while BJP was trying to break other parties, some of its own members were in touch with congress as per authentic sources, he said. These opportunist MLAs included those who had jettisoned congress on the eve of previous elections to bask in the reflected glory of Narendra Modi at the said time but had now realized that BJP was a sinking ship and were desperate to abandon it, divulged Singh.
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