Prime Minister announces elections in Jammu and Kashmir No decision was made on the state of the state


  • The state of the state will be decided by the court.
  • Elections will be held
  • Realignment of the constituency will take place

New Delhi: The prime minister has said that elections will be held in Jammu and Kashmir. The decision was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at an all-party meeting here today. Elections will take place after electoral redistricting is complete. The demand to grant Statehood to Jammu and Kashmir was generally raised at the meeting.

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The meeting was attended by 14 leaders of eight political parties from Jammu and Kashmir. Union Interior Minister Amit Shah and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval were also present at the meeting.

Gupkar’s party alliance in the Kashmir Valley has demanded the restoration of Kashmir’s special status. However, the Center said the matter was under consideration by the court and that the court should make a decision.

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The Prime Minister said that development work in Jammu was giving people new hope. He also said that the youth of Kashmir should have a chance.

The prime minister said a reorganization of the constituency was needed to hold elections after the division of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union territories. The Prime Minister said that the Assembly elections could be held in the same way as the District Development Council elections.

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