In a letter to PAGD head and National Conference president Farooq Abdullah, Lone additionally blamed the proxy candidates behind the low vote share of PAGD constituent events within the district improvement council (DDC) elections
Srinagar: People’s Conference chairperson Sajad Lone on Tuesday introduced his occasion’s exit from the seven-party conglomerate People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD), saying some constituents of the grouping had fielded proxy candidates within the district improvement council (DDC) elections.
Lone introduced the choice in a letter to the PAGD head and National Conference president Farooq Abdullah.
“On the face of it, PAGD won these elections unambiguously having won the maximum number of seats. We can’t hide statistics and apart from the number of seats that PAGD won, another important statistical variable in the context of 5 August (Abrogation of Article 370) is the number of votes polled against the PAGD,” Lone mentioned within the letter launched to the media in Srinagar.
He mentioned he believes the votes polled towards the PAGD are largely these solid by proxies of PAGD constituent events towards official PAGD candidates.
“And the net outcome of selectively voting for and against PAGD is a very poor vote share. This is certainly not the vote share that people of J&K deserved post 5 August,” Lone mentioned within the letter.
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