Assembly polls in J&K likely later this year: EC
NEW DELHI:The Election Commission (EC) on Tuesday said it might direct get together decisions in Jammu and Kashmir in the not so distant future. The declaration could happen after the Amarnath Yatra, which is relied upon to finish up around mid-August.
“The commission will keep on normally and on continuous premise observing the circumstance in Jammu and Kashmir, taking contributions from every single fundamental quarter and after the finish of Amarnath Yatra will declare the decision plan for the lead of gathering race in Jammu and Kashmir,” the EC said.
Governor Satya Pal Malik had broken up the get together in November, after the state dove into a political emergency. The EC did not gather information with the as of late finished up Lok Sabha decisions, refering to security concerns.
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