BJP, PDP firm on J-K Govt. formation: Nirmal Singh

Jammu, Mar. 5 (ANI): Hopeful of forming a government in Jammu and Kashmir, former deputy chief minister Nirmal Singh on Saturday said both the BJP and the PDP were on same page, adding that the agenda of alliance is still intact.

“The people and political parties it’s whether the PDP or the BJP, they are thinking on the same line that there should be government. Our stand is clear from very first day that this alliance is intact, it was made on basis of agenda of alliance,” Singh told ANI.

“We want that everything positive should come out and we hope that they are on right track,” he added.

Asserting that their 10-month-long coalition rule in Jammu and Kashmir achieved a lot, Singh said there was no compromise on the agenda of alliance.

“Our alliance is intact. We achieved a lot in 10 months and we must go ahead to achieve more. We hope positive things come out because all these developments indicate a positive move,” he said.

Meanwhile, a meeting between People’s Democratic Party (PDP) legislators and party chief Mehbooba Mufti, who met Jammu and Kashmir Governor N.N. Vohra to discuss the government formation, was held.

PDP MLA Choudhary Zulfiqar Ali said that they have not put any new conditions for government formation, but have asserted only on implementation of agenda of the alliance. (ANI)

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