Amid New J&K Fork Rumor, Gupkar Alliance Reunites After 6 Months | India News
While the president of North Carolina and the deputy of Srinagar Farooq Abdullah Denying that the alliance was reacting to the possibility of a “great development”, the Valley was eager to talk about how the arrival of 200 companies of paramilitary forces was a sign that something was brewing in cashmere. “We have not been asked or informed about anything so far regarding the ongoing speculation (that J&K could fork again),” he added. Farooq saying.
The administration was also quick to dismiss rumors circulating on social media, saying it was not “such a misfortune.” The sources said that the return of paramilitary forces to the Valley was a routine exercise, since several companies had moved before the assembly elections in four states and one UT.
Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami of PAGD said the conglomerate’s main goal of “working for the welfare of the Kashmiri people” would remain unchanged regardless of the circumstances. The alliance was formed to fight for the restoration of J & K’s special status before the annulment of Article 370 of the Constitution in August 2019.
Tarigami, which is from CPM, was officially named PAGD spokesperson on Wednesday, replacing the head of the J&K People’s Conference, Sajad Lone, who resigned from the alliance last year. NC’s Anantnag MP Hassnain Masoodi, Javid Mustafa Mir, PDP’s Muzaffar Ahmad Shah and Mehboob Beg, as well as Farooq and Mufti, attended the meeting.