In Jammu and Kashmir, there has been a rift in the unity of the grouping group formed for the restoration of Article 370. The Congress, which is going to contest the DDC elections, has fielded candidates against the PDP candidate in many seats.
According to the news of English website The Hindu, Congress candidates have filed papers in Tral, Larnu, Kellar, Tangdhar for voting for the second phase of DDC elections. But earlier, the coalition had decided that the PDP candidates would be fielded here.
PDP district president Nazir Ahmad Khan has made a nomination in Budgam in central Kashmir, while it was decided in the meeting of the group that the candidate of the National Conference will fill the form from this seat. Nazir Ahmed Khan has said that the organization had handed him a letter and declared him the candidate, but on the occasion my candidature was removed and this seat was given to the National Conference. He said that I do not think I have made any mistake by filling the form as an independent candidate.
A PDP leader said on the condition of anonymity that the Congress is contesting against the PDP in South Kashmir. The man said, “The Congress is spoiling the game here, it seems that the Congress has only reached the National Conference on seat sharing.”
However, Congress leaders are claiming to follow the coalition religion. According to The Hindu’s report, senior Congress leader and former MLA Ghulam Nabi Moga said that the Congress is committed to the alliance.
Former MLA Ghulam Nabi Moga said that this is a misleading report, BJP is trying to create differences, if a Congress candidate has even filled the form then he will be asked to withdraw his candidature. Or he will be asked to support the candidate of the coalition.
He said that coalition parties need to overcome such minor shortcomings. Let me tell you that the Congress has also decided to join with the group alliance.
He said that the Congress has an electoral agreement with the secret parties. Senior leaders of the party will sit for support at the level of ideology, only then a decision will be taken on this issue.
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