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 BJP-PDP Coalition in trouble; BJP ministers called to Delhi in emergency

 

BJP-PDP Coalition in trouble; BJP ministers called to Delhi in emergency

Last Updated on : 18 Jun,2018 | Source : Gursimran Singh


Jammu:
Day after Home Ministry put an end to suspension of Operations in Kashmir Valley, a major rift between the two coalition partners in Jammu and Kashmir arose.
Highly placed sources of UNT in BJP High command hinted that BJP has called all its ministers to New Delhi. They were called to Delhi in the 11th hour. 
Sources told UNT that PDP is unhappy over Centre government's decision of putting an end to suspension of Operations in Kashmir Valley. 
The rift between the ruling PDP and ally BJP in Jammu and Kashmir is showing once again following the Central government's decision to resume anti-terror operations in the state after Ramzan. The BJP has called its state ministers to New Delhi to discuss the issue, sources said.
The Central government's special peace initiative in the Kashmir Valley -- suspension of cordon and search operations -- was taken in view of providing respite to the people during the holy month. But data showed the terror activities had more than doubled in this period.
On the eve of Eid, senior journalist Shujaat Bukhari was shot dead by terrorists in Srinagar. With it, any faint hope of an extension of the ceasefire ended.
In a series of tweets on Sunday, Union home minister Rajnath Singh announced that security forces have been directed to resume operations.
"It was expected that everyone will cooperate in ensuring the success of this initiative. While the Security Forces have displayed exemplary restraint during this period, the terrorists have continued with their attacks, on civilians and SFs, resulting in deaths and injuries," Mr Singh tweeted.



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