JKNPP demands Governor’s rule in J&K

JKNPP Zonel president Neeraj Gupta addressing a press conference in Jammu

Newspoint Bureau
Jammu Tawi, April 20
Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) today urged the Governor to quickly dismiss the existing government and demand the governor’s rule.
Addressing the press conference here wherein Neeraj Gupta, zonal president JKNPP appealed to Governor N N Vohra to kindly pay attention to words the prevailing situation of the J&K state. He urged the governor to quickly dismiss the existing government and demand the governor’s rule in the state.
Neeraj Gupta said that the present government is in capable of maintaining peace, law and order in the state. In the largest Democracy like India the voting in recent polls is only 7% and the winning candidate took only 4% of the votes which is prims facie a case of total failure of Government machinery as it fails to assure the people that they are safe and secure and the polls are not going to favour a particular party. Others who were present during the conference included Jagdish Singh Baryal Zonal Secretary, Joginder Singh, Vikram and others.

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