Srinagar, Jun 22 (PTI): Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday called on Governor N N Vohra here and discussed important issues relating to the growth and development of the state.
Mufti the PDP president, called on Vohra at the Raj Bhavan, an official spokesman said. This was the first meeting between the two since Mufti resigned as the chief minister after the BJP pulled out from the coalition.
The spokesman said Mufti referred to certain important issues, relating to the growth and development of the state, which could not be finalised during her tenure and urged the governor to consider the same for early decisions. Vohra discussed with the former chief minister the need for all political parties and social organisations to join hands for regaining the trust of the youth and strive for the restoration of normalcy, the spokesman said.
Meanwhile, a PDP spokesman said Mufti thanked Vohra for his guidance that he provided to her while running the affairs of the state during the difficult times. She also stated that her party was hopeful that under Vohra’s command, things in the state would not be allowed to go out of control and the situation was approached with care and caution.