|J&K saw more development under Governor Rule, will let it continue: BJP|
SRINAGAR: Governor rule imposed in Jammu and Kashmir after a fallout between the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will continue for more time. The BJP on Wednesday said that keeping in view the development that has taken place under Governor's rule, the same shall continue for a longer time.
"Ever since the Governor rule has been imposed in the J&K, there has been development in all sectors. Even the public is happy. So, the party has decided that Governor's Rule should continue for some more time," BJP general secretary Ram Madhav said.
He also attacked the PDP and National Conference for their move to boycott local elections but call for assembly elections. "They (PDP and NC) say they'll boycott elections until the matter of 35A is resolved. On the other hand, they ask to dissolve the assembly and call for an election. Let me ask you if there’s an election in the near future, will you contest it or boycott it," he asked.