Finally a Son-Rise in Jammu and Kashmir: Omar Abdulah is set to become Chief Minister


Finally a Son-Rise in Jammu and Kashmir: Omar Abdulah is set to become Chief Minister of this beautiful state.

From Times of India:

 

Clearing all confusion, National Conference patron Farooq Abdullah on Monday said that he would recommend to his party that his son Omar  Abdullah should be the new chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, PTI reported. “The time has now come. I will recommend to the party that it should consider Omar Abdullah for the chief minister’s post. I thought over the issue during the night,” he said with Omar by his side.  Now the state should have a younger chief minister because there are a lot of things to do, the 72-year-old leader said.

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A sensible decision and hoping National Conference will be stick to this (No U Turn this time by Farooq Abdulha) decision and nominate him as new party leader, clearing a path for Omar to be become next CM of state.  We need young blood and energetic person to lead this state in order to bring new hopes and new dreams for the people of this state.

 

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Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Election : Kashmiri Pandits fail to win a Single Seat


Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Election : Kashmiri Pandits fail to win a single seat

From The Hindu

Jammu (PTI): For the first time, the Jammu and Kashmir assembly will have no Kashmiri Pandit members as all 47 candidates, including former minister Raman Mattoo, lost the elections. “It is for the first time in the history of Jammu and Kashmir that not even a single KP candidate could occupy a berth in the Jammu and Kashmir assembly,” all party migrant coordination committee (APMCC) Chairman Vinood Pandit said. Former Industries minister in the previous Congress-PDP coalition government, Raman Mattoo, lost to Shimeema Firdos of National Conference in Habbakadal assembly seat. In 2002, Mattoo had defeated Firdos from the same constituency.
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Perhaps I would say Kashmir’s Pundit’s didn’t lose but democracy did. I don’t know honestly what to say about this news but, After all things happens in Jammu and Kashmir from Amarnath yatra row till major separatist movement uprising in Jammu and Kashmir in recent months, I would have preferred to have a every community represented (from separatist to Pundits), in the assembly to make sure that every community is represented at every level in the decision making process, so that a much needed peace and stability can be bring in this beautiful state. Anyway now the results are out so no complaints really it’s an election some people win and some loose but whoever has won Hindu, Sikh or Muslim they have huge responsibility on their shoulder to deliver this time. They have to make sure that interest of all the people, community and religion living in Jammu and Kashmir should be taken care with honesty and dignity.

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Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Election Results on Dec 28, 2008:No Son-Rise in Jammu and Kashmir: Farooq Abdullah will be next CM of Jammu and Kashmir


Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Election Results on Dec 28, 2008:

No Son-Rise in Jammu and Kashmir: Farooq Abdullah will be next CM of Jammu and Kashmir.

From Times Of India:

Farooq does a U-turn, says I’ll be J&K CM: SRINAGAR: National Conference patron Farooq Abdullah jumped into the chief ministerial race saying he will head a potential NC-Congress government  in Jammu and Kashmir, hours after indicating that his son Omar Abdullah will get the top job. Answering a flurry of questions on the chief ministership, Abdullah declared he would be the next chief minister. The 72-year-old veteran has been chief minister during three spells between 1982 and 2002.

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It doesn’t matter at this moment who will be the next Chief Minister of Jammu And Kashmir State; only thing matter at this moment is who ever will become CM Son or Dad they must deliver this time. No looking back and please No political games this time. State and people have state had suffered a lot. Coming CM and government must win the heart of locals and try to bring much needed peace in this beautiful state.

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