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J&K Assembly dissolution updates: Ram Madhav withdraws 'made in Pakistan' jibe against PDP, NC; masks it as humour
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J&K Assembly dissolution updates: Ram Madhav withdraws 'made in Pakistan' jibe against PDP, NC; masks it as humour

Jammu and Kashmir Assembly dissolved LIVE updates: Speaking to the press, Omar Abdullah said that the National Conference was initially not in favour of forming a government. However, after meeting people we sensed that they were disillusioned and wanted a solution for their issues.

Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik has walked into legal minefield by dissolving Assembly already in suspended animation
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Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik has walked into legal minefield by dissolving Assembly already in suspended animation

The problem in Jammu and Kashmir is that the governor did not allow the alliance that claimed to have the numerical strength of more than 44 MLAs — the required strength in the Assembly to form the government — and prove its majority in the House, as is mandated by law.

J&K Assembly dissolution: Satya Pal Malik played willing hand in BJP's game to subvert institutions
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J&K Assembly dissolution: Satya Pal Malik played willing hand in BJP's game to subvert institutions

The timing of Jammu and Kashmir governor Satya Pal Malik dissolving the Assembly makes it clear that he moved under orders to forestall the formation of a government that would prove inimical to the BJP's calculations.

Jammu and Kashmir political unrest: PDP-NC-Congress plan to keep BJP out has worked for now, but democracy takes a beating
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Jammu and Kashmir political unrest: PDP-NC-Congress plan to keep BJP out has worked for now, but democracy takes a beating

As the NC, PDP and Congress got together and staked claim to form government in Jammu and Kashmir, the game seems to be over for the BJP, which had earlier tried to poach MLAs from other parties to form the government.