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After two Ministers submit resignation, BJP says no threat to coalition in JK

A day after two Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Ministers offered their resignation, the party on Saturday claimed that the two alliance partners were working in coordination and there is no threat to the ruling PDP-BJP coalition in the state.

BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav said that he will speak to the party leaders as well to the two Ministers who have tendered their resignations on Friday evening.

The two BJP ministers including Choudhary Lal Singh and Chander Prakash Ganga had tendered their resignation on Friday evening.

Madhav according to the reports has arrived in Jammu today to chair a party legislature meet at the party headquarters.


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