Congress` unease over state of affairs in J&K

Congress gave hints of unease over the state of affairs in J&K saying party men have issues and grievances over the coalition government.

New Delhi: Congress on Thursday gave hints of
unease over the state of affairs in Jammu and Kashmir saying
party men have issues and grievances over the coalition
government headed by ally Omar Abdullah.
"Our people have issues with the handling of some
matters. They do have grievances," a senior Congress leader,
who declined to be identified, said.

The leader said that he was not aware whether a review
of the ties with the National Conference was on. Omar Abdullah
completes three years as Chief Minister by the end of the
year.

State Unit of the Congress is pressing the high command
that the Chief Ministership should be rotational--three years
for the NC and three years for the Congress. But at the time
of formation of the government there was no no agreement on
rotation arrangement unlike the previous Congress-PDP
dispensation.
Reports had it that unflinching support from the
Congress helped the Chief Minister survive the storm over the
alleged custodial killing of his acquaintance and party
supporter Syed Mohammad Yousuf but dangers are still lurking
around him.

PTI

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