Thursday, February 2, 2023
 
Opinion
Inner circles not so good to hold the Elections in J&K:Written by Ashok Raina
 
New Delhi January14:-
Election activities have started after the political crisis and political upheaval created after the fall of the BJP-PDP coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir. After the collapse of the internal structure of politics, many politicians in Jammu and Kashmir are expecting elections to be held during the month of April-May this year, but due to the internal situation in the state, the central government is facing many difficulties in exercising its decision-making capacity. It is said that it is easy to say but difficult to do. Although there are signs of elections in the state at the moment, the inner circles believe that the situation is so lame that it is not easy to hold elections, but then talk about the political scenario,So it is not right not to believe.

However, the Election Commission of India has invited all the mainstream parties active in Jammu and Kashmir and a meeting has been arranged with the heads and delegates of all the parties on January 16. It was already indicated in the media reports that assembly elections will be held in May-June this year. Apart from this, the important states of Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Telangana will have elections this year.

While assembly elections will probably be held in Jammu and Kashmir, it has already been announced by the central government. The Election Commission of India has invited all the political parties active in Jammu and Kashmir to Delhi, where they will discuss with them about holding the assembly elections. A meeting of party leaders and delegates has been scheduled for January 16, in which the future action plan will be drawn up and their advice will be sought from the political parties regarding the assembly elections. Sources added that apart from the nine scheduled elections in several states of the country, assembly elections in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir this year cannot be ruled out. Sources said that the winter conditions in Jammu and Kashmir. Elections could be held in the summer of 2023 after the recession, and the timing will depend on the security situation. The final electoral roll of Jammu and Kashmir was published on November 25 last year, paving the way for the elections, after the abrogation of the provisions of Article 370 and the bifurcation of the erstwhile state into Union Territories in 2019.

Many well-known people believe that the internal situation in the state of Jammu and Kashmir is not stable and something else is expected to change as soon as the elections are held, which can destroy the internal structure instead of increasing the government forces from outside and inside. On the other hand, many people believe that the municipal elections are scheduled to be held across the state.

Yes, even if the elections are held, they will not be successful and the state is not strong enough to think about the restoration of the democratic system. However, many other political activists say that the elections are approaching in the center as well. The central government of BJP is in the process of holding elections in the state, but the inner circles believe that the situation in the state is not so good as such that the government system can be developed here like in the rest of the other federal states.
 
 
 
 
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