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If PAGD is gang then what is NDA in Bihar, question Alliance constituents

If PAGD is gang then what is NDA in Bihar, question Alliance constituents
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If PAGD is gang then what is NDA in Bihar, question Alliance constituents

Meet DC Srinagar to convey him ‘forgery attempt’ by RO yesterday

KNO Correspondent

Srinagar, Nov 18 (KNO): The constituents of recently formed People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) on Wednesday reacted to the remarks of BJP leaders wherein the alliance was called ‘a gang’, saying that if bonhomie of seven-parties in J&K is gang then how the NDA in Bihar who won the elections recently is different.

Talking to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), JKPM president Javid Mustafa Mir, who visited Deputy Commissioner’s (DC) office Srinagar with a complaint, stated that the NDA, an amalgam of various political parties in Bihar is no different than the PAGD as both the groups comprises the combination of several political parties.

“If we are being called a ‘gang’ then what is NDA in Bihar,” Mir said, adding that the alliance don’t want any law and order situation as the people of Jammu and Kashmir have already suffered a lot.

Meanwhile, ANC Senior vice President, Muzaffar Ahmad Shah, who was accompanying Mir today at DC office in Srinagar, said that they approached the Deputy Commissioner today with regard to a complaint about the attempt of forgery by one of Returning Officers yesterday.

“The form of alliance candidate, who belongs to ANC, was accepted yesterday and later he was called again wherein the RO tried to reject his form but the copy was snatched from him immediately by the candidate,” Shah said.

She said that the BJP is scared of PAGD candidate and the Election Commission of India (ECI) should take a very serious note of the issue that took place yesterday—(KNO)

Meet DC Srinagar to convey him ‘forgery attempt’ by RO yesterday

KNO Correspondent

Srinagar, Nov 18 (KNO): The constituents of recently formed People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) on Wednesday reacted to the remarks of BJP leaders wherein the alliance was called ‘a gang’, saying that if bonhomie of seven-parties in J&K is gang then how the NDA in Bihar who won the elections recently is different.

Talking to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), JKPM president Javid Mustafa Mir, who visited Deputy Commissioner’s (DC) office Srinagar with a complaint, stated that the NDA, an amalgam of various political parties in Bihar is no different than the PAGD as both the groups comprises the combination of several political parties.

“If we are being called a ‘gang’ then what is NDA in Bihar,” Mir said, adding that the alliance don’t want any law and order situation as the people of Jammu and Kashmir have already suffered a lot.

Meanwhile, ANC Senior vice President, Muzaffar Ahmad Shah, who was accompanying Mir today at DC office in Srinagar, said that they approached the Deputy Commissioner today with regard to a complaint about the attempt of forgery by one of Returning Officers yesterday.

“The form of alliance candidate, who belongs to ANC, was accepted yesterday and later he was called again wherein the RO tried to reject his form but the copy was snatched from him immediately by the candidate,” Shah said.

She said that the BJP is scared of PAGD candidate and the Election Commission of India (ECI) should take a very serious note of the issue that took place yesterday—(KNO)

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