JAMMU, Nov 24: BJP is delaying restoration of democracy in J&K by not holding Assembly elections even after both Army and Police have termed the security scenario normal.
This was stated by AAP spokesperson, Gagan Partap Singh in a press conference here today.
He also stated that there is no elected Government in J&K from the last four years and bureaucratic setup is dominating the system with public grievances redressal system reaching a record low.
Singh asked BJP and all other stakeholders including Election Commission of India to hold Assembly elections immediately so that democracy can get restored in J&K.
“Union Home Minister had already stated about holding elections after delimitation and now even the summary revision is about to end and this is right time to announce polls,” he said.
“We alwa-ys supported early elections in J&K so that democracy can be restored and a common man can have his own elected pro-people government,” the AAP leader maintained accusing BJP for delaying elections after learning that its political space has shrunk and anger of masses has grown against the BJP.