J-Ktype of flip flop named for Jack Kilby
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Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad announced today that his party would fight the upcoming J-K Assembly elections without the NC's support to gain the people's mandate and will try to secure 44 plus seats in the polls.
The former J-K chief minister said, "It is better not to depend on other party like we did in 2002 and 2008, it's better to go on our own.
The Congress-NC alliance had been on shaky grounds ever since the Lok Sabha poll results were announced where BJP swept to power in the country and won three seats from J-K, while the PDP bagged the other three seats.