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J&K stalemate: Ram Madhav, Jitendra Singh to meet BJP MLAs

PTI
Published Mar 24, 2016, 12:38 pm IST
Updated Mar 24, 2016, 12:45 pm IST
BJP delegation will also be meeting Governor on Friday and will inform him about party's stand on prevailing political situation.
Minister of state Jitendra Singh and BJP National general secretary Ram Madhav (Photo: DC)
 Minister of state Jitendra Singh and BJP National general secretary Ram Madhav (Photo: DC)

Jammu: BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav and Union Minister of State in PMO, Jitendra Singh will meet party legislators to review the current political situation in the state and elicit their (MLAs) opinion ahead of meeting Jammu and Kashmir Governor tomorrow.

BJP high command has deputed Ram Madhav to reach Jammu along with Jitendra Singh to assess the current political situation and elicit the opinion of party legislators (over the government formation), BJP sources said on Thursday.

 

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The crucial meeting will be held tomorrow in which all the BJP legislators and its top leadership will take part, the sources said.

Governor N N Vohra has written to PDP president Mehbooba Mufti and BJP State president Sat Sharma to meet him on Friday (to clarify their stand on government formation).  

BJP delegation will be meeting Governor on Friday and will inform him about the party stand on the prevailing political situation in the state.

Last time BJP and PDP delegations had met the Governor separately on February 2 when the Governor had sought their stand on government formation.

BJP delegation again met Governor on March 2 while Mehbooba Mufti met Governor on March 4 over the political situation in the state.

Jammu and Kashmir was placed under Governor's rule on January 8 after Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed's death on January 7.

On March 22 Mehbooba had met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at New Delhi.

After the 15-minute meeting at the Prime Minister's residence, 56-year-old Mehbooba told reporters it was "very positive" and "good" in addressing issues pertaining to the people of the state and that she was "very satisfied".

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