Almost all the leaders involved in the meeting demanded full statehood to Jammu and Kashmir again and also urged to hold elections there. Amidst all this, former Agriculture Minister and senior Congress leader has given his opinion.
Prime minister Narendra Modi on Thursday under the chairmanship of Jammu and Kashmir There was an all-party meeting regarding this. The meeting mainly discussed the restoration of democracy in Jammu and Kashmir. Simultaneously, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also emphasized that the distance between Delhi and Kashmir should be reduced by any means. Almost all the leaders involved in the meeting demanded full statehood to Jammu and Kashmir again and also urged to hold elections there. Amidst all this, former Home Minister and Congress senior leaders of p Chidambaram has expressed its opinion.
Congress and other J&K parties and leaders want Statehood first and Elections afterward.
Government’s response is Elections first and Statehood later.
— P. Chidambaram (@PChidambaram_IN) June 25, 2021
Chidambaram said that it is strange that the central government wants to first hold elections in Jammu and Kashmir and then restore full statehood. Chidambaram tweeted, “Congress and other parties and leaders of J&K want full statehood first and then elections. The government’s answer is that first elections and then full statehood will be given.” Chidambaram said, “The horse pulls the cart. Elections should be held in the entire state. Only in this situation will the elections be fair and free. Why does the government want the cart to go ahead and the horse behind. It’s a weird thing.”
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Extending his hand for talks with the political leadership of Jammu and Kashmir for the first time in almost two years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday held an important meeting with 14 leaders of the Union Territory to chalk out a roadmap for the future strategy. of. This was the first meeting chaired by Prime Minister Modi himself after the abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcation of the state into two union territories.
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