News from the Valley

There is good news in the valley. The most anticipated parliamentary elections in Jammu and Kashmir could be held in October-November, as the Modi government feels it is time to hold free and fair elections.

The Electoral Commission hopes to hold by-elections in Gujarat and the Himalayan Paradise. The Boundaries Commission, which is responsible for redesigning the assembly chambers after the state was divided into two states, submitted its resolution in early May.

He proposed increasing the number of meeting seats in the Union from 83 to 90, adding six meeting rooms to the Jammu and Kashmir Valley.

By rejecting the BJP, all political parties rejected the report, but at the same time, they were preparing to run in the by-elections eight years later. There are indications that the Electoral Commission is already working to hold elections in the Commonwealth.

He is in constant consultation with the Ministry of Interior and the regional administration regarding the security situation. The process of improving the electoral roll is expected to be completed in the next few months.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Interior Minister Amit Shah reaffirmed their commitment to holding timely elections in Jammu and Kashmir and pledged to restore order. The federal government wants a representative government in Jammu and Kashmir.

The center feels that the security situation has improved significantly and that it is a good time to give people a chance to elect their own representatives.

Jammu and Kashmir On December 20, 2018, they came under the presidency. Then, in August of the following year, the Modi government repealed Article 370 of the Constitution, which gives special status to the state.

The former state was further divided into two union states. The Jammu and Kashmir Union has since been under the control of the President. Meanwhile, the administration is working to restore peace in the region, and has taken a number of steps, especially in attracting foreign investors from the United Arab Emirates and other Gulf states.

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