New Delhi: Some leaders are in Delhi for a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 24 regarding the politics of Jammu and Kashmir, while most of the leaders are reported to have reached Delhi today. Meanwhile, news has come that National Conference Chief Farooq Abdullah will not come to Delhi today.
It is being told that Farooq Abdullah will meet party leaders from Ladakh today. That is why he will come to Delhi at 11 am and will meet PM Modi in the meeting at three o’clock. Although National Conference leader Omar Abdullah, Congress’s Ghulam Nabi Azad, Ghulam Ahmed Mir are already present in Delhi.
Which leaders will come to Delhi today?
- PDP’s Mehbooba Mufti
- BJP’s Nirmal Singh, Kavinder Gupta and Ravindra Raina
- Congress’s Tarachand
- People’s Conference’s Muzaffar Baig and Sajjad Lone
- Bhim Singh of Panthers Party
- MY Tarigami and JK of CPIM
- There is information about Altaf Bukhari etc. of his party reaching Delhi today.
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According to sources, issues ranging from delimitation of Jammu and Kashmir to the conduct of assembly elections can be discussed in the meeting to be held on June 24, but at the same time, there is a need to remove the resistance which is going on between the parties from the state. Efforts will also be made. On Tuesday, different political parties associated with the Gupkar alliance have agreed to attend the meeting.
At the same time, State Congress Committee President Ghulam Ahmed Mir said that when the agenda of the Prime Minister’s meeting comes, it will be decided what will be the opinion of the party in the meeting. According to him, there is a feeling of the people of Jammu and Kashmir that this union territory should be given full statehood. The Congress had said in recent days that full statehood of Jammu and Kashmir should be restored.
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