Srinagar, Governor N N Vohra on Tuesday evening forwards the report to President regarding the fall out of BJPDP government in the state.
“This afternoon Governor N.N. Vohra received a letter by fax, jointly signed by Ravinder Raina and Kavinder Gupta, State BJP President and Leader, BJP Legislature Party, respectively, to withdraw BJP’s support to the Coalition Government. Thereafter, Mufti, Chief Minister, tendered her resignation and the Governor has asked her to continue in office till alternative arrangements are made,” a spokesperson said.
The spokesman said: “Governor spoke to Kavinder Gupta and Mehbooba Mufti to ascertain whether their respective Political Parties intended to explore alternative alliances to form the Government of the State and was informed in the negative by both the leaders. Governor also spoke to G.A. Mir, President J&K Congress Party, who informed that his Party did not have the numerical strength to form Government on its own or in the alliance.”
Later, Governor had a meeting with Omar Abdullah, Vice President, National Conference, who stated that there was no alternative to Governor’s Rule and elections.
After concluding his consultations with all the major Political Parties in J&K Governor Vohra has forwarded his report to the President of India for the imposition of Governor’s Rule under Section 92 of the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir.