Farooq Abdullah rejects rumors of further J&K fork | India News
Initially, seven major political parties had constituted the Peoples’ Alliance for the Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) in the wake of the abrogation of J & K’s special status and the separation of Ladakh from the old state in August 2019.
However, two main political parties: Congress and the Sajad Lone Peoples Conference: resign from the alliance.
The five regional parties: the National Conference led by Farooq Abdullah, the PDP led by Mehbooba Mufti, the Sajad Lone People’s Conference and two little known parties called J&K People’s Movement led by Javid Mir and the Awami National Conference led by Muzafar Shah along with two national parties. – Congress and CPM – had signed Gupkar’s declaration to fight for the restoration of J & K’s special status.
Wednesday’s meeting of the Gupkar Alliance was held to hold discussions on rumors of a further J&K fork with the UT split into two separate divisions. However, officials have denied it as “such a misfortune.”
Rumors circulated on social media in the Kashmir Valley following the arrival of 200 companies of paramilitary forces.
The sources, however, said that the troops returned when elections in several states had recently concluded.
Refuting any impending “great development”, North Carolina President Farooq Abdullah told reporters: “We have not been asked or reported on anything so far regarding the ongoing speculation.”
Abdullah, when asked if he would resign as a member of Parliament In case the government makes any unfavorable decision, it said it will put out the flames on fire.
“I will not give up. But I will fight for my people in Parliament, ”he said.
PAGD’s new spokesman, Yusuf Tarigami, said the conglomerate will never leave a stone unturned for the betterment of the people. “We (PAGD) will take every opportunity for the well-being of the people,” he said.
Tariami was appointed a new spokesperson in place of Sajad Lone, who resigned from the Gupkar Alliance last year.
Today’s meeting was attended by Muhammad Yusuf Tarigami, NC MP Ananatnag Hassnain Masoodi, Javid Mustafa Mir, Muzaffar Ahmad Shah and Mehboob Beg of the PDP, as well as Farooq Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti.