Governor assumes the helm of J&K
Days after PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti submitted her resignation expressing her interest to step down from the position of Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, the state governor, N N Vohra, has assumed the helm of the administration of the state.
The governor has made the move, after he received the accent of the Indian President who is in an official trip to several foreign nations.
The withdrawal of the support the BJP offered to the PDP party when the PDP led government was formed is the reason why the coalition government led by Mahbooba Mufti has collapsed.
There is no information available on why exactly the coalition government which was successfully running the government has collapsed suddenly.
When the coalition was formed, every political observer opined that it was the most unlikely coalition the country ever witnessed.
At the beginning stage, there were no serious issues. At that stage, in several occasions, like mature coalition partners, both parties supported each other.
Actually, it was after the rise of anti-saffron sentiment in the state the coalition witnessed several sustainability crises. Towards the last days of the coalition, both parties engaged in severe word wars and political tug-of-wars.
Experts say that it is very important to reinstate the rule of democracy in the state. They add all kinds of aggressive steps only help to create more troubles in the ailing state.
Will the J&K witness a election soon?
Vignesh. S. G
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