Jammu/Katra, November 14
In his first public speech after assuming office on October 31, Lieut-Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Girish Chandra Murmu said today that Assembly elections would be held soon and that the process for the same would be initiated shortly.
“J&K has a legislature and process for holding Assembly elections will be initiated soon. The existing administrative arrangement will not last long. You (police) will have a key role to play for the smooth conduct of the elections,” the
L-G said. He was speaking at the passing-out parade of the 14th BRTC batch of constables at the Subsidiary Training Centre, Talwara, Reasi district. — TNS
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