Governor NN Vohra Puts J&K Assembly Under Suspended Animation

Srinagar, Jun 20: Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra on Wednesday placed the state Assembly under suspended animation.

After the imposition of Governor’s rule, Vohra exercised his powers under the Constitution.

Former chief minister Omar Abdullah had demanded the dissolution of the Assembly so that the process of holding early elections in the state could be started.

On Tuesday, the BJP suddenly withdrew its support to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and pulled out of the ruling PDP-BJP coalition, causing the government to collapse.

After all major political parties, including the PDP, National Conference and the BJP, said they would not explore the possibility of forming an elected government in the state, Abdullah said horse-trading could not be ruled out unless the Assembly was dissolved.

In the 87-member Assembly, the PDP has 28 seats, the BJP 25, National Conference 15, Congress 12, CPI-M 1, Peoples Conference 2 and Peoples Democratic Front 1. There are three independent MLAs. (IANS)

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