J&K: BJP steps in to iron out differences with PDP
In a bid to iron out their differences, leaders of the BJP and PDP met in Jammu to find a way out to save the government in Jammu and Kashmir. Ties have soured between the PDP and BJP which runs a rare coalition government in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
The meeting held in Jammu spoke about ways to put an end to the unrest in the Valley. The BJP's national general secretary Ram Madhav was at Jammu to meet with the PDP's Haseeb Drabu.
The first point raised by Drabu was about the PDP losing an MLC seat to the BJP despite the seat sharing agreement. Out of the six MLC seats the BJP won three, while the PDP, Congress and the National Conference won one each. Drabu pointed out that as per the seat sharing agreement, the PDP and BJP were to get two seats each.
Madhav later on met with the Governor of the state N N Vohra. During the meeting he discussed a host of issues which included the ongoing unrest in the state. Ways to put an end to the unrest which has hogged national headlines for the past year was also discussed. It was decided that a permanent solution must be found to end the problem.