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BJP unlikely to field candidates on Kashmir seats
Lok Sabha Polls
4/18/2024 9:48:09 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 18: Only a few hours left for filing of nomination papers in the Anantnag-Rajouri Lok Sabha but the ruling BJP has yet not declare its candidate for this prestigious segment. Silence maintained by the BJP fueled speculation that the party is not going to field candidates on all three Lok Sabha seats of Kashmir Valley. During his visit to Jammu on Tuesday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has dropped hints that party was not going to field candidates on the Lok Sabha seats of Kashmir Valley. Union Home Minister asked people in Kashmir Valley to vote against dynastic political parties in the Lok Sabha elections. While addressing a rally at Paloura, Amit Shah did not mention the name of any political party but he cautioned the people of Kashmir against dynastic parties like Congress, National Conference, and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Interestingly, the Union Home Minister has not asked voters of Kashmir Valley to vote for the BJP but he only appealed voters to the Kashmir to give a befitting reply to parties like the PDP, NC, and the Congre...
Fearing backlash Cong intentionally avoids Mehbooba in campaigning
4/18/2024 9:47:42 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 18: High voltage campaigning for the Udhampur-Doda Lok Sabha seat ended on Wednesday but Peoples’ Democratic Party candidate Mehbooba Mufti was conspicuously absent during the canvassing for Congress candidate Choudhary Lal Singh. Even as Mehbooba Mufti has announced not to field candidates on the two Lok Sabha seats of Jammu province to avert division of “secular votes”, Congress leadership is still hesitating to involve PDP leaders in the ongoing campaign,...
Udhampur set for polls today
All arrangements in place for free, fair and peaceful voting : CEO
4/18/2024 9:47:23 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 18: In view of the ongoing ceasefire between India and Pakistan and the heavy deployment of paramilitary forces, the voting process is expected to be peaceful in 2,637 polling stations in the Udhampur Lok Sabha constituency, a senior election official said. The seat in Jammu and Kashmir will go to polls on Friday in the first phase of the seven-phase Lok Sabha elections. “Out of the 2,637 polling stations (in Udhampur), 31 are located along the International B...
Mehbooba, Mian Altaf file nomination papers
4/18/2024 9:46:48 PM
Early Times Report Anantnag, Apr 18: PDP president Mehbooba Mufti and National Conference leader Mian Altaf Ahmad on Thursday filed nomination papers for the Anantnag-Rajouri Lok Sabha seat which is going to polls in the third phase of elections on May 7. Accompanied by several party leaders and hundreds of supporters, Mehbooba arrived at the office of Deputy Commissioner, Anantnag, Syed Fakhruddin, who is the returning officer for the constituency, to file her papers. Talking to reporters later, the former chief minister appealed to people not to boycott the polls as “this election is about the assault launched on dignity, identity and resources” of Jammu and Kashmir. Meanwhile, ...
Enhance anti-terrorist ops: IGP Kmr to officers
4/18/2024 9:46:39 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 18: The Inspector General of Police Kashmir Zone V K Birdi on Thursday directed the district heads of police to analyze and reassess the existing strategies to prevent any potential terror incidents. The directions were issued by IGP while chairing a meeting to review the necessary security arrangements put in place for the smooth and successful conduct of upcoming elections. The meeting was attended by officers of Police, Intelligence agencies, CRPF, S...
BJP will give its best-ever performance: Amit Shah
4/18/2024 9:46:24 PM
Ahmedabad, Apr 18: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday expressed confidence that the Bharatiya Janata Party will put up its "best ever" performance in south India in the Lok Sabha elections this time. Shah, the BJP candidate from Gandhinagar Lok Sabha constituency, was talking to national news agency during a roadshow in Ahmedabad city. "The atmosphere in the country suggests that we will get more than 400 seats. The BJP's performance in south India will be the best ever so far,...
Weather remains wet in Kashmir
4/18/2024 9:46:09 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 18: Rains lash the plains of Kashmir valley while some upper reaches experience a fresh snowfall disrupting normal activities on Thursday. Srinagar and other parts of Kashmir valley were lashed by light to moderate rains and some upper reaches including Zojila Pass on the Srinagar-Ladakh highway experienced a fresh light snowfall on Thursday. Reports of snowfall were also received from Tulail, Gurez Valley Razdan top, Sadhna Pass, and Sinthan Top bringing down the temperatures and disrupting normal life, said an independent forecaster, Kashmir Weather. It was still raining in most parts of the plains and snowing on higher reaches over Jammu and K...
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