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Poll results: BJP Parliamentary Board to decide strategy for JK

Support for PDP on agenda in BJP parliamentary meeting

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Srinagar , 23 Dec 2014

After emerging the second largest party in the Jammu and Kashmir, The Bhartiya Janta Party Parliamentary Board is all set to meet tomorrow evening, in New Delhi to discuss the formation of government and to ponder over the party options to tender their support for government formation.Reliable sources told KNS that soon after the final poll results came out, the BJP’s president Amit shah called upon the meeting with some top leader’s including the national general secretary Ram Madhav in New Delhi and discussed the results with them.“All eyes are now on the  parliamentary meeting held tomorrow which will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party Chief Amit Shah for the strategy it will adopt in Jammu and Kashmir, whether to go with  PDP or to stay in strong opposition,” sources told KNS.

Sources said that the Board will also decide on the political situation arising where the party has not got an absolute majority.Meanwhile talking to KNS over phone from New Delhi, BJP senior leader and Union Minister Prakash Javadikar said that the BJP Parliamentary Board will meet tomorrow at the party headquarters to decide further course of action about the support and formation of the government..

When asked whether BJP will support the PDP in the formation of government he said that the party’s parliamentary board is the final authority to decide over the issue.Meanwhile KNS Jammu correspondent informed that there was an atmosphere of celebration at the BJP headquarters at Jammu where workers danced and burst crackers on the party's grand performance in the Assembly polls.Party leaders termed this victory as that of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popularity and his aggressive campaign in the state, besides the organization skills of BJP President Amit Shah.KNS

 

 

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