New Delhi: BJP general secretary Ram Madhav Monday asserted that there was no rift between the PDP and his party and blamed lack of communication for the reported differences between the two partners in the recent MLC polls.
There is no rift. There is some issue with regard to the MLC election. We noticed that there was some lack of communication between the two parties. Those things will be addressed, he told reporters.
The BJPs pointsperson for Jammu and Kashmir also said that the main priority of the government was to bring normalcy to the valley in one or two months and all possible help was being extended to the state administration for this.
His remarks came after Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and emphasised that dialogue was the only way to prevent the situation from deteriorating in the Valley.
The agenda of alliance, a charter for the BJP-PDP tie-up, has been formed for six years and the government would work according to it, Madhav said.
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