Posing a problem to the J&Ok administration, National Conference (NC) president and Member of Parliament (MP) Farooq Abdullah has referred to as for an all-party assembly in Srinagar on August 5, in an obvious transfer to revive the Gupkar Declaration signed on August 4, 2019.
“Yes, Dr. Abdullah has called for a meeting,” an NC spokesman informed The Hindu.
Party sources stated Dr. Abdullah, at whose residence the Gupkar Declaration was agreed upon by all of the regional events final 12 months, prolonged an invitation to the Peoples Democratic Party, the Peoples Conference, the J&Ok Peoples Movement, the Peoples Democratic Front, the Awani National Conference, the Congress and the CPI(M).
“The crucial meeting at Dr. Abdullah’s residence will deliberate over the prevailing political mess across J&K from August 5, 2019. A future strategy will be chalked out,” NC sources stated.
The Declaration pledged to put up a joint entrance to defend the particular standing of J&Ok.
Sources stated a PDP chief, Sajad Lone, Muzaffar Shah, Ghulam Ahmad Mir, M.Y. Tarigami and Shah Faesal are seemingly to attend the assembly.
Security beefed up
However, police sources stated safety across the homes of numerous political leaders in Kashmir has been beefed up.
“The gate of my residence has been closed by a police van,” stated ANC senior vice-president Muzaffar Shah.
A PC spokesman stated the choices taken on and after August 5 “were not acceptable to people”.
CPI(M) chief Tarigami stated the strikes for delimitation of the constituencies and the notification issued for brand new domicile guidelines “amount to undermine the unity of the people of different regions and communities”. “The aim is to redesign the ‘Union Territory’ by changing its demography.”