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National Conference, Congress and PDP to join hands; Grand alliance govt in Kashmir likely

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Jammu and Kashmir is currently under governor’s rule, which cannot be extended after it completes its six-month period on December 19.

Srinagar| After five-month-long Governor’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir, the state would likely witness new next dispensation here as the three parties including PDP, Congress and NC are in talks to forge an alliance, sources said.
Jammu and Kashmir is currently under governor’s rule, which cannot be extended after it completes its six-month period on December 19. It is proposed to impose President’s rule thereafter but the 87-member assembly is not being dissolved, according to Governor Satyapal Malik.
Earlier, the PDP-BJP bonhomie fell down in June this year after BJP pulled out of the coalition government. Sources told that the new dispensation will be formed in Jammu and Kashmir as the three parties including NC, Congress and PDP are in talks to form the government. They said the announcement in this regard will be made any time soon.

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