LAL SINGH STILL OUT OF BJP’S REACH, HIS WIFE ALSO FILES NOMINATION FROM JAMMU POONCH SEAT
Jammu: With each passing day, the tension in the BJP’s Jammu and Kashmir Cadre is touching new heights as all efforts of getting rebel Ch. Lal Singh back into the squad are getting failed. Hours before the filing of Ch. Lal Singh’s nomination from Jammu-Udhampur seat, BJP has tried its level best to engage rebel leader into talks but failed as Lal Singh filed his nomination this afternoon.
Sources told UNT that BJP is fearing major division in its core Hindu votes incase Lal Singh contests elections.
While keeping aside all the talk offers, Lal Singh not only filed his own nomination but also his wife Kanta Andotra also filed her nomination incase of rejection of Lal Singh’s nomination.
It is pertinent to mention that total 37 candidates have filed their nominations for the Jammu-Poonch Parliamentary Constituency here before the Returning Officer Ramesh Kumar (Deputy Commissioner Jammu) including Jugal Kishore of BJP, Aqib Hussain of Independent People’s Party, Rajiv Chuni, Subhash Chander, Badrinath of BSP, Mohammad Younis of JK Peer Panjal Awami Party, Susheel Kumar Hindustan of Nirman Dal, Javaid Ahmed of All India Forward Bloc, Naresh Kumar Talla of Jai Prakash Janta Dal National Party, Raman Bhalla of INC, Gursagar Singh of Navarang Congress Party, Talib Hussain of Rashtriya Lok Dal, Prof. Bhim Singh of JK National Panthers Party, Lal Singh of Dogra Swabhiman Sangathan Party, Kanta Andotra of Dogra Swabhiman Sangathan Party, Vicky Kumar Dogra of Janta Dal United and Shazbad Shabnam, Perseen Singh, Ghulam Mustafa Chowdhary, Satish Poonchi, Tej Ram Dogra, Bahadur, Javed Iqbal Rishi, Manish Sahni, Sakander Ahmad Nourani, Tarsem Lal Khullar, Mansoor Ahmed Khan, Balwan Singh, Kabir Hussain, Syed Zeshan Haider, Anil Singh, Surjeet Singh, Ajay Kumar, Suresh Kumar, Jasvir Singh, Labha Ram and Mohammad Raouf as independents.