J-K to have stable government soon: BJP
Jammu: Two days after governor's rule was imposed in Jammu and Kashmir following failure of political parties to reach a consensus to form government, BJP on Sunday said a stable government would soon be in place in the state.
Addressing party workers in Poonch, state president of the party and MP from Jammu, Jugal Kishore Sharma said, "Government shall be in place soon and a huge task is ahead for all of us to provide equitable development for all the areas in the region."
He thanked the voters for supporting BJP in the Assembly election and said that BJP would work in all the far off areas to ensure full-scale development in the days to come.
"The areas that have been neglected need immediate attention... It is high time that due attention is given to all the sectors where no attention had been paid by successive governments," he said.
The state was brought under governor's rule after Omar Abdullah refused to continue as the acting Chief Minister following failure of political parties to reach a consensus to form government after the state saw a fractured mandate.
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