Srinagar: In what could turn out be as a shocker for the ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP), its coalition partner, Bhartiya Janta Party, has decided to pull out from the coalition government, Republic TV reported.
“BJP has decided to pull out from the alliance,” Republic TV reported.
“BJP has decided to end its alliance with PDP in JK”.
The big news was broken by anchor and editor of the news channel, Arnab Goswani.
The TV reported that there were elaborate discussions whether to keep the alliance intact or not and later the decision to pull out from government was ratified by the highest levels of BJP functionaries.
The channel also reported that BJP chief, Amit Shah had several meetings including one with National Security Advisor during which they discussed the attack on forces, Shujaat Bukhari and rifle man Aurangzeb.
“There was discomfort within BJP,” the channel reported.
“BJP-PDP alliance is over. The situation is certainly moving towards Governors rule”.