Worsening law and order main reason for collapse, says saffron party
BJP-PDP end alliance in Jammu and Kashmir Governor’s Rule. Now everyone knows that the BJP pulled out his hand in J&K to break the Government and Applied the Governor’s Rule in Jammu And Kashmir: Governor NN Vohra. Now many may think Why BJP Pulled out now because the terrerisomwhich they said is the main consern but before thise there were same situation before. The main point which you may know is that The election are coming in 2019 and BJP can apply Governor’s Rule only for 6 months after that there only be Presedintial rule. Now we can say that the BJP will take the advantage of the situation and also can perfom the election in J&K in 2019 with the ongoing election. Comment your openion in this view.
The deteriorating law-and-order situation in Jammu and Kashmir was the main reason for the BJP to pull out from the government and pave way for governor’s rule to ensure restoration of peace and normalcy, state party chief Ravinder Raina said.
He said the decision was not abrupt and was taken after three month long deliberations in the larger interest of the nation.
“The main issue was the fast deteriorating law and order situation in the valley. The only alternative was governor’s rule because there will be a single line administration,” he said.
“There might be political compulsions for parties in handling such a tough situation but during governor’s rule, we are of the opinion that anti-terror operations and operations against anti-social elements will easily be carried out,” he added.
Raina, who was flanked by several top BJP leaders including former deputy chief minister Kavinder Gupta, said restoration of law and order is the need of the hour.
He said the army was given a free hand in the last three years which resulted in the elimination of 619 terrorists. As many as 23 Pakistani terrorists were also neutralised by the forces during the Ramzan ceasefire, which was part of many initiatives taken to restore peace in Kashmir
NN Vohra cancels all orders issued by state govt on last day
Hours after taking over the reins of the state of Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra cancelled all the orders issued by the government departments on the last day (19 June) including the release of funds to be kept in abeyance. Reports said Vohra directed authorities that issue of SSA Teachers, who have been protesting from last few months on the streets, would be resolved immediately and the SRO-43 cases to be expedited. The reports also said regularisation of Casual Workers/Daily Rated Workers etc to be expedited under SRO-520.
The meeting was called by Vohra, who is ruling the State fourth timer since his appointment in 2008, after the President of India placed Jammu and Kashmir under Governor’s rule after the BJP withdrew support to its alliance partner PDP, prompting Mehbooba Mufti to resign as the chief minister.
Mr Vohra was appointed Governor of the state by the Congress-led central government. He was the first non-army, non-police officer to be appointed Jammu and Kashmir Governor in 18 years. He was given an extension in 2013.
After Mr Vohra took over, Governor’s rule was imposed in the state for the first time when the PDP withdrew support to the Ghulam Nabi Azad-led Congress-PDP coalition government in 2008.
Central rule ended the next year when National Conference leader Omar Abdullah was sworn in as the youngest chief minister of the state.
Governor’s rule was imposed for the second time on Mr Vohra’s watch after the state election in 2014 threw up a hung assembly and Omar Abdullah, the caretaker chief minister, asking to be relieved from the post immediately. It ended after the PDP and the BJP formed an alliance.