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Panthers Party demands dismissal of coalition government in J&K

By News Agency of Kashmir

Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP), after pulling out from congress led coalition last week, today demanded dismissal of the government for its failure to redress people’s problems.

Four-member group of legislators Earlier, headed by its president called on Governor S K Sinha at Raj Bhavan and submitted a formal letter of withdrawing support to coalition government.

“The congress led coalition government has violated Section 47 (sub section 3) of the Jammu and Kashmir Constitution relating to constitution of delimitation commission after every census” JKNPP president Bhim Singh told reporters here today. He said it was obligatory for the state to constitute delimitation commission after every census.

Despite the latest census in the state of Jammu and Kashmir was carried out in the year 2001 but the boundaries of the constituencies has not yet been constituted which is utter violation of the constitution of the state, he claimed.

“The corporate elections and said that without amending the constitution, Corporators were voted in the elections”, questioned legislature party Harsh Dev Singh while challenging the election of two MLC’s representing local bodies who according to him were elected in violation of the Section 50 of constitution.

He said the assurances given inside and outside the state legislature were not implemented, thus forcing them to withdraw their support from the government.