All Party Meeting Of Nine Organizations Against Bjp In Jammu Today – Gupkar Alliance

Date:

hear the news

In order to increase the mobilization in Jammu against the BJP, National Conference President Dr. Farooq Abdullah’s all-party meeting in Jammu on Saturday, September 10, besides the five parties involved in the Gupkar alliance, has been invited to four more organizations.

In the meeting convened to discuss the political scenario including restoration of special status to Jammu and Kashmir, besides voting rights in Jammu and Kashmir, for the first time, Mission Statehood President Sunil Dimple has also been invited to participate in the meeting.

Apart from this, Congress President Vikar Rasool and Shiv Sena Thackeray President Munish Sahni have also been called. According to sources, Akali Dal and Janata Dal United have also been invited. PDP, Awami National Conference, CPI have already been attending meetings as constituents of Gupkar alliance.

In such a situation, on Saturday also the representatives of these parties will participate in the all-party meeting. Mission Statehood President Sunil Dimple says that restoration of statehood to Jammu and Kashmir and re-uniting Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh are his main agendas and for this he will raise his voice in the all-party meeting.

On the other hand, Shiv Sena Thackeray’s state president Munish Sahni says that Article 371 should be implemented in Jammu and Kashmir like the states of North East. Outsiders should not get the right on the employment and land of the people here. For this Shiv Sena Bal Thackeray will participate in the all-party meeting.

Azad’s party was not formed, so he was not called in the meeting.

Jammu. NC President and MP Dr. Farooq Abdullah reached Jammu on Friday afternoon. He will preside over the all-party meeting on Saturday at his Bathindi residence. Dr. Farooq reached Jammu and discussed with some party officials. At the same time, a NC official said that former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad was not invited to the all-party meeting, saying that no party has been formed for Azad, so that he should not be invited for the all-party meeting. This meeting has been called by various parties. Bureau

Expansion

In order to increase the mobilization in Jammu against the BJP, National Conference President Dr. Farooq Abdullah’s all-party meeting in Jammu on Saturday, September 10, besides the five parties involved in the Gupkar alliance, has been invited to four more organizations.

In the meeting convened to discuss the political scenario including restoration of special status to Jammu and Kashmir, besides voting rights in Jammu and Kashmir, for the first time, Mission Statehood President Sunil Dimple has also been invited to participate in the meeting.

Apart from this, Congress President Vikar Rasool and Shiv Sena Thackeray President Munish Sahni have also been called. According to sources, Akali Dal and Janata Dal United have also been invited. PDP, Awami National Conference, CPI have already been attending meetings as constituents of Gupkar alliance.

In such a situation, on Saturday also the representatives of these parties will participate in the all-party meeting. Mission Statehood President Sunil Dimple says that restoration of statehood to Jammu and Kashmir and re-uniting Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh are his main agendas and for this he will raise his voice in the all-party meeting.

On the other hand, Shiv Sena Thackeray’s state president Munish Sahni says that Article 371 should be implemented in Jammu and Kashmir like the states of North East. Outsiders should not get the right on the employment and land of the people here. For this Shiv Sena Bal Thackeray will participate in the all-party meeting.

Azad’s party was not formed, so he was not called in the meeting.

Jammu. NC President and MP Dr. Farooq Abdullah reached Jammu on Friday afternoon. He will preside over the all-party meeting on Saturday at his Bathindi residence. Dr. Farooq reached Jammu and discussed with some party officials. At the same time, a NC official said that former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad was not invited to the all-party meeting, saying that no party has been formed for Azad, so that he should not be invited for the all-party meeting. This meeting has been called by various parties. Bureau

Source link

About Post Author

Suraj Sewatkar
Suraj Sewatkarhttp://sktodaysnews.com
Hi !!! This is Suraj Sewatkar, a blogger by hobby and HR by profession. I like to learn new things and go to new places. I am a website developer and have developed a number of websites and blogs on Blogger as well as WordPress as well with 3 years of experience in the HR field

Share post:

Popular

More like this
Related