On Friday, Home Minister Amit Shah had called a meeting to review the development works being done in Jammu and Kashmir.
All-Party Meet: This meeting is considered to be very uncomfortable. Union Home Minister Amit Shah and many other central leaders are likely to participate in this all-party meeting.
New Delhi. In the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, the stir regarding the assembly elections has intensified. Actually, the central government has called an all-party meeting of all political parties. This meeting will be held on June 24 and can be presided over by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Let us inform that in August 2019, the special status of Jammu and Kashmir was abolished by removing Article 370. Along with this, it was announced to divide it into two union territories. In such a situation, this meeting is being considered very sad. Union Home Minister Amit Shah and many other central leaders are likely to participate in this all-party meeting.
The central government has started the process of inviting National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah, PDP president Mehbooba Mufti, Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party’s (JKAP) Altaf Bukhari and People’s Conference chief Sajjad Lone for discussion. Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti told The Indian Express on Friday that she had received a call on June 24 to attend a meeting with the “top leadership” in Delhi. But he did not confirm whether all members of the mainstream coalition would attend the meeting.
ready to negotiate
When asked about the possibility of talks with the Centre, CPI(M) leader and People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) spokesperson MY Tarigami said there has been no message from Delhi, but if it happens, it would be welcomed. will go. “We have never closed our doors for talks with the Centre,” Tarigami said. Although I am not aware of any talks, if it happens, it would be welcome.Also read: Banks to recover Kingfisher loan by selling Rs 6,200 crore shares of Vijay Mallya led by SBI
Waiting for delimitation commission report
It is being said that the Delimitation Commission headed by Justice (Retd) R Desai may submit the report soon. The Delimitation Commission was constituted in February 2020 after the passage of the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Bill in Parliament. To submit the report to this commission, an extension of one year was given.
District Development Council elections were held last
In the Zilla Vikas Parishad elections last year, the PAGD won 110 of the 280 seats ahead of the BJP and its allies and was strengthened with 67 seats within the National Conference alliance. BJP was the single largest party with 75 seats.