Srinagar, Jul 7 (UNI) As no political party in the Jammu and Kashmir is ready to form the new government following the resignation of Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and his council of ministers, the Governor rule is imminent in the state.
Official sources said that leaders of almost all political parties, who met separately Governor N N Vohra this afternoon had informed him that they were not willing to form the government.
Mr Vohra had started consultations with the leaders of different political parties since this afternoon.
Mr Vohra, who has accepted the resignation of Mr Azad has asked him to continue till alternative arrangements were made.
They said before reaching a final decision, Mr Vohra wanted to know if any party was interested to form the government in the state.
The sources said those who met Mr Vohra included largest single party in the House the National Conference, the Peoples Democratic Party, the National Panthers Party, the Communist Party of India (M) and the Peoples Democratic Front (PDF).
Experts said since no party was interested to form the government, Mr Vohra would send a detailed report to the President along with his recommendations for imposition of Governor's rule.
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