Big shock to PDP, former Poonch MLA also left party

Feb 15 2020 11:39 AM
Big shock to PDP, former Poonch MLA also left party

Jammu: Recently PDP has received another setback. Now the only former MLA from Poonch, Shah Mohammad Tantray, has also left the party. He has resigned from the primary membership of the party. There is a discussion in political circles that they can go with the Third Front. At the same time, he attended the meeting held in Jammu. At the same time, it is also learned that after speaking to journalists after resigning from the primary membership of the party, he said that he is no longer with the PDP. He did not disclose the strategy ahead, but said that he will decide the next steps after consulting his well-wishers and colleagues.

According to the information received, it was also said that for the last 50 years, the People's Democratic Party was making claims to get the rights of Jammu and Kashmir and its people. But after five August 2019, it is no longer in existence. In such a situation, he is leaving the party to maintain the caravan of the general public. With the fall of the PDP-BJP government, one by one the former MLAs started to distance themselves from the party. More than half a dozen former ministers and legislators have broken ties with the party, including former ministers Imran Raza Ansari, Altaf Bukhari.

The exercise of forming the Third Front under the leadership of Altaf Bukhari started. After meeting with LG Murmu, this team is now trying to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah. At the same time, it is being said that Tantray also attended the meeting held on the same day. After this, it was started to speculate that he too would soon quit the PDP.

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