Shri Ram Sena state president Rajiv Mahajan on Friday said for the formation of a stable and rational government in Jammu and Kashmir it is mandatory to form a PDP- BJP coalition government.
Mahajan asked both PDP and BJP to forge an alliance on basis of "common minimum programme" in the better interest of the public "without wasting any more time".
He said political parties were creating political instability in the state where a government is yet to be formed after 10 days of declaration of election results.
Mahajan said under the purview of present mandate it becomes mandatory to frame a government that represent both divisions of the state. The 'grand alliance' (PDP, Cong and NC combine) option by some politicians would definitely prove counterproductive and shall be inviting revolt in the state.
Mahajan further said if the 'grand alliance' is formed it will mean the government so formed has an agenda of separating Kashmir from Jammu as well as rest of the country with no representation from Jammu division.