Setback for Mehbooba Mufti; Three PDP Leaders resigned from Party

On Thursday, three party leaders resigned from the party together. The leaders who resigned include Dhaman Bhasin, Phulel Singh and Pritam Kotwal.

Mehbooba Mufti

Mehbooba Mufti (PC: Social Media)

New Delhi: Big news is coming from Jammu Kashmir. Mehbooba Mufti’s People’s Democratic Party has suffered a major setback amid political tensions here.

On Thursday, three party leaders resigned from the party together. The leaders who resigned include Dhaman Bhasin, Phulel Singh and Pritam Kotwal.

He also made serious allegations against the party while resigning. He says the PDP has been hijacked by communal elements. In such a situation, we have no option left other than leaving the party.

Three party leaders resigned from PDP:

It is worth noting that since the former CM of Jammu and Kashmir Mehbooba Mufti has been released in the case of Article 370. Since then, he has been experiencing many major setbacks one after the other.

Sometimes she comes under target of her own party leaders for her statements and sometimes her party leaders leave their party on their own after accusing the PDP of hijacking. In this episode, today three leaders have left their party again.

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Wahid ur Rehman was arrested by NIA:

Mehbooba Mufti’s difficulties do not seem to end there. Meanwhile, the party’s youth wing president Wahid ur Rehman Para was arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Wednesday for conspiring with terrorists Hizbul Mujahideen to co-operate with terrorists during the 2019 parliamentary elections.

He had just got his nomination from Pulwama in South Kashmir for the District Development Council (DDC) elections.

Para was an important leader of the PDP in South Kashmir, especially in militant-hit Pulwama. His name surfaced during the investigation of the suspended DSP Davinder Singh case.

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