Low Voting In Kashmir For Civic Polls Shunned By 2 Big Parties




As Jammu and Kashmir is voting in the first of the four-phased municipal elections after a hiatus of 13 years, voters in Jammu are queuing up at polling stations, but staying away in Kashmir. Amid threats from terrorist groups, elaborate security arrangements are in place to ensure peaceful polls. With two key parties in the state — the National Conference and Mehbooba Mufti’s People’s Democratic Party (PDP) — abstaining from the elections over the centre’s stand on Article 35-A, it has become a direct fight between the BJP and Congress

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Low Voting In Kashmir For Civic Polls Shunned By 2 Big Parties

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