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BJP to PDP to combine 'hard' conditions, the strength of Article 370 and the CM's chair
What the government of Jammu and Kashmir formula? It formed the government with all the parties were engaged in political calculations. Governor NN Vohra and the BJP government of the People's Democratic Party to form the PDP by writing a letter to send their proposals.
The BJP has the support of her six independents. BJP legislator himself is 25. The support of the independents after his strength is 31. 31 BJP legislators will support the claim on the basis of their vote.
PDP has not yet sent its proposal to the Governor. Agreement with the BJP continues his conversation. Mehbooba Mufti put the BJP is a complete list of the conditions. The news will come in the way Delhi. First came the news that the Mufti came to Delhi to meet Prime Minister, but he has not come on Saturday.
According to sources, PDP coalition against the BJP kept 5 difficult conditions. These conditions are:
1. Self-rule proposal should be respected
2. AFSPA Army that privilege is removed from the peaceful countryside
3. Article 370 should be strengthened and
4. Become Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed for the 6 years ,
5. Jammu and Kashmir and the relief package for flood victims
Clearly indicated that the PDP party. Agreement only if the chief minister would come to his account the 6 years. Article 370 shall not be negotiable. Do not discuss the party on a common civil code.
BJP, Congress and the National Conference of the spoiler is not behind. Congress and the National Korfrens announced to support the PDP. This proposal is clearly trying to keep the BJP out of power in the wake of the state has been sent. Although oral proposal rejected PDP National Conference. Overall valley talks between the BJP and the PDP.