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J&K: On the cusp of change, but challenges remain for political parties

The unstated premise is that existing political parties will now face a big challenge - both from locals and 'outsiders'

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Jammu and Kashmir | Mehbooba Mufti | Farooq Abdullah

Aditi Phadnis  |  New Delhi 



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Assembly elections in J&K will likely be held only in 2023. But winning them will be the test for all parties.

If the writing down of that bestowed special status on Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) was greeted with anger, political parties in the region are incandescent at the Union government’s announcement that anyone ordinarily living in J&K can now enrol as a voter there.

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First Published: Sun, August 21 2022. 18:43 IST

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