PDP, meanwhile, maintained suspense even today as its Legislature Party met for the first time since the demise of the then Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed on January 7 but gave no clarity on whether Mehbooba was elected as its leader, a requirement for her formal projection as the Chief Ministerial candidate.
After the much-awaited meeting of PDP Legislature Party, which was seen with lot of expectations, party leader Naeem Akhtar only said that Mehbooba had been authorised to convey its point of view on government formation to the Governor.
He did not spell out as to what the party's stand was or whether Mehbooba had been elected as Legislature Party leader.
Vohra has called Mehbooba and Sharma for separate meetings today to discuss the issue of government formation in the state which is under Governor's Rule since January 8, imposed a day after Sayeed passed away.

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