BJP releases 1st record of candidates for J-K DDC polls

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The BJP has launched the primary record of candidates for the upcoming District Development Council polls to be carried out on get together foundation within the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.

Meanwhile, the events of Peoples Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD), that’s collectively contesting the polls, have determined that the alliance candidates will contest the upcoming polls on their respective get together symbols.

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BJP state spokesman Altaf Thakur stated that the primary record of the candidates for the DDC and panchayat polls has been launched by the get together excessive command.

“In the first list, total 72 names were announced; 35 candidates from Jammu and 37 candidates from Kashmir, who will be the party candidates for the DDC polls,” Thakur stated.

Earlier, chairman PAGD, Farooq Abdullah stated that the events of the alliance will put up candidates on all of the seats. “PAGD candidates will be contesting polls on the ticket of the parties in the alliance they belong to,” he stated.

Abdullah had also stated that Congress may also be a part of the PAGD alliance after his assembly with J&K Congress president on Sunday.

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On November 7, PAGD management held a gathering in winter capital Jammu where it was determined that the alliance events will collectively contest these polls.

“Despite the abruptness of the DDC elections in terms of timing, it is important that this sacred space in democracy is not allowed to be invaded and plundered by divisive forces,” the PAGD spokesman Sajjad Lone had stated, whereas saying that the Gupkar alliance had unanimously determined to battle the DDC elections.

Besides National Conference and the PDP, the Peoples Conference, the CPI (M), and the Awami National Conference are a part of the PAGD. The National Conference and the PDP had stayed away from the panchayat polls in 2018.

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Meanwhile, Jammu and Kashmir lieutenant governor, Manoj Sinha, reviewed the safety preparations for the DDC election and by-elections for Panchayats and concrete native bodies (ULB) on Tuesday.

Advisor to L-G, RR Bhatnagar; chief secretary, BVR Subrahmanyam, secretary, residence, Shaleen Kabra, director common of police, Dilbag Singh, ADGPs and IG Jammu had been current within the assembly. IG Kashmir, DIGs, SSPs and different senior law enforcement officials from Kashmir division attended the assembly through video conferencing.

Sinha confused upon the officers to make sure free, truthful, clear and peaceable elections. He emphasised on offering adequate security to the taking part candidates moreover guaranteeing most participation of the people.

“People must be facilitated during these elections so that they feel secure to cast their ballot on the particular election day,” the L-G stated.

[Attribution HT]

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