NEW DELHI – New Delhi responded positively to the report sent by Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra and forwarded by Ministry of Home affairs (MHA) with suggestion of “Governor Rule” as the political deadlock had jammed the activities in Kashmir, PakistanTribe received international media reports.
Governor N N Vohra sent a report to the New Delhi with the claim that due to “political deadlock” in the state , the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) forwarded the report suggesting “Governor’s Rule” to the Prime Minister Office (PMO).
The report was considered by Prime Minister Office and ‘Governor Rule’ has been imposed by New Delhi.
On Thursday night, caretaker Chief Minister Omar Abdullah also sent his request to the governor to be relieved from the position. Following this request, Vohra suggested governor’s rule in the state.
Talking to media on the decisoin a senior official said that “Once the Cabinet has taken a decision, the President will also be informed of the decision and he would have the final say on the matter.”
Omer Abdullah – the care taker Prime Minister – said in his twitter message “Just to confirm I did meet Gov Vohra sahib last night and asked him to relieve me as caretaker CM. I had agreed to stay temporarily…Given the situation on the border and 10,000 displaced, the hardships of winter and the continuing need for relief for flood affected, I believe the interests of the state will only be served by a full-time administrator and not a caretaker with no mandate to govern.”
He also addressed to People’s Democratic Party (PDP) saying that
It is now for the @jkpdp to explain to the people that with 28 MLAs & offers of support from 2 other parties why the state has central rule.
— Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) January 8, 2015
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