Home Minister advocates extension of President’s term in J & K for 6 months

New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah has requested an extension of the President’s term in Jammu and Kashmir for six months on Friday.
He said the preparations for the parliamentary elections would take place in the state at the end of the year.
Shah told the Lok Sabha that the central government monitors the situation in Jammu and Kashmir. The Home Minister said that the construction of bunkers in border areas will take place within the planned timeframe.
The Minister of the Interior submitted the 2019 Bill to the Jammu and Kashmir Reserves in the House of Commons.
During the debate, Congressman Manish Tewari said that the current situation in the state was the result of an “unnatural” alliance between BJP and PDP.
The Anandpur Sahib Congressman in Punjab rejected expansion of governorship in the state and asked why state assembly elections were not held concurrently with the Lok Sabha elections.
BJP MP Poonam Mahajan asked why the tricolor should not be hoisted in Srinagar’s sensitive Lal Chowk during the congressional rule.

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