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Delimitation panel gets the extension to complete its report in J&K

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By: Wani Fazil VOV


As predicted in the media earlier, Delimitation Commission panel for J&K got the two month extension to complete its report for redrawing of boundaries both for the parliamentary and assembly segments.

They have recently given the second interim report copy to the associate members who are sitting MPs from Jammu and Kashmir and it has created a lot of controversy as three sitting MPs from Srinagar have rejected the report.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah in a recent interview has said that after the delimitation exercises completed in Jammu and Kashmir, assembly elections would be held so that there is an elected government.

According to news agencies in their news reports about the extension of the Delimitation Commission have said on Tuesday as follows.

The Delimitation Commission, mandated to redraw the assembly constituencies of Jammu and Kashmir, has got a two-month extension to complete its task, a government order issued on Tuesday said.

The term of the panel was coming to an end in early March. Formed in March, 2020, the panel was granted a one year extension last year.

With Agencies inputs

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