Responding to a query whether or not the group would think about speaking to the Middle in regards to the scenario in Jammu and Kashmir, Abdullah stated, “We have not closed any doors or options.” “Police is increasing the pressure here” and “I would appeal to the Lieutenant Governor to stop these detainees or people will become so against them that they will not be able to handle it,” he stated.
The NC president stated, “Since the PAGD was formed on August 5, 2019 in the backdrop of constitutional changes in J&K, it is determined to stand by its position as stated in the Gupkar Declaration.”
Mehbooba Mufti stated the alliance met after a very long time to debate the scenario. “The matter of freeing the detained leaders is in the court, but it is not being taken up now because of covid, but it was not being taken up earlier also. We met after a while, and we just wanted to make contact.”
The coalition has named CPI(M) chief MY Tarigami as its new spokesperson after the put up fell vacant following the departure of Sajjad Lone.
Talking to Gulistan Information, Tarigami stated, “In yesterday’s meeting, we reviewed the current situation in UT, and the problems faced by the people were also raised during the session. We discussed all the topics after the press conference. We will use all opportunities to revive Article 370.”
In accordance with sources, the PAGD assembly was held after rumors surfaced about Jammu and Kashmir getting a separate statehood.
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