Amit Shah Summons BJP Core Group Over Government Formation In Jammu And Kashmir

4 January 2015
India Today

New Delhi: As no headway appears on formation of the new government in Jammu and Kashmir for the last 13 days, Amit Shah, BJP president has summoned the Jammu and Kashmir BJP core group for an urgent meeting on January 5 at New Delhi BJP headquarters at 1200 hours. The group will meet Amit Shah for discussion on the latest political situation and emerging alignment in the state. Amit Shah is likely to apprise the core group members about latest developments over the formation of government in Jammu and Kashmir. According to sources, Amit Shah and BJP's national general secretary, Ram Madav may meet the group member one to one and take their feed back. Final alignment is expected to be between the BJP and PDP after core group of Jammu and Kashmir state BJP gives green signal to the alliance. The BJP leaders before taking any final decision with PDP want to share with the core group final agreement and common minimum programme between the two parties, sources added. State president, Jugal Kishore Sharma, three former presidents, Dr Nirmal Singh, Ashok Khajuria, Shamshar Singh Manhas, Dr Jitendra Singh, MoS in the PMO, Kavinder Gupta, Bali Bhagat and Rajiv Jasrotia are members of the core group. The core group is the final body to take decision with the help of Amit Shah, BJP president and Prime Minister Modi.