Video | All-party meet discusses prevailing political situation in Kashmir
To apprise President, PM of consequences bound to follow violation of Article 35A, 370
Srinagar, Aug 04 : Representatives of various parties met at the residence of National Conference President Dr Farooq Abdullah on Sunday evening and held discussion on prevailing political situation, massive deployment of security forces, advisories issued, abandonment of Amarnath Yatra midway, and forced removal of tourists from the Valley.
The meeting presided over by Dr. Abdullah, was attended by, PDP president and former CM Mehbooba Mufti, PDP patron Muzaffar Hussain Beg, senior PDP leader Abdul Rehman Veeri, Peoples Conference chairman Sajad Ghani Lone, Imran Reza Ansari, Abdul Ghani Vakeel, senior Congress leader Taj Mohiudin, CPI (M) leader M Y Tarigami, NC Vice President and former CM Omar Abdullah, MPs of NC, Justice Hassnain Masoodi, Mohamad Akbar Lone, NC leaders Ali Mohammad Sagar and Nasir Sogami, PUF leaders Dr Shah Faesal, Uzair Ronga, ANC leader Muzaffar Shah and Suhail Bukhari of PDP.
It was unanimously resolved at the meeting that all the parties would be united in their resolve to be protect and defend identity, autonomy and special status of J&K against all attacks and onslaughts whatsoever.
“That modification, abrogation of Articles 35A and 370, unconstitutional delimitation or trifurcation of the state would be an aggression against the people of Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh. That the parties participating in the meeting resolved to seek audience with the President and Prime Minister of India and the leaders of other political parties to apprise them of the current situation and make an appeal to them to safeguard the legitimate interests of the people of state with regard constitutional guarantees given to the state the constitution of our country,” the resolution read.
The leaders will also apprise the President and PM of the unwholesome consequences bound to follow the unconstitutional violation of these guarantees.
The representatives of the political parties resolved to remain together and stand united in their struggle for safeguarding identity autonomy and special status of the state.