Outsiders will be able to cast their votes in J&K, opposition provoked, terrorists threatened

Srinagar: A big decision has been taken regarding the electoral politics in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The Chief Electoral Officer has said that now people from outside the state will also be able to vote. The opposition is attacking this decision. At the same time, the terrorists have also threatened the Election Commission regarding this decision. Lashkar-e-Taiba-backed terrorist organization Kashmir Fight has threatened to intensify attacks on outsiders. Not only this, a target list has been issued by the terrorists. 

In this list, people who are not local are targeted, such as employees, traders, labourers, beggars and even tourists. This shows the wrath of the terrorists. At the same time, PDP supremo and former CM Mehbooba Mufti has targeted the central government for giving voting rights to outsiders in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. Speaking in the Pakistani language, Mehbooba said that the central government is engaged in snatching everything from the people of Jammu and Kashmir. She said that earlier the Center snatched 370 in an unconstitutional manner and is engaged in bringing voters through the backdoor. Mehbooba said in the press conference that BJP will abolish the Constitution after 2024. 

Let us tell you that assembly elections can be held in Jammu and Kashmir this year. Earlier, the Election Commission made a big announcement and said that outsiders can also include their names in the voter list. Jammu and Kashmir Chief Electoral Officer Hridesh Kumar said that non-Kashmiri people residing in the state can vote by getting their names included in the voter list. For this, they do not need a residence certificate.

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