‘JKPM Committed To Safeguard Identity, Integrity Of The State’

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Srinagar: Jammu Kashmir Peoples Movement party leader Nazir Lone has reiterated the resolve of his party to protect honour and identity of the people of the state at all costs.

According to a statement issued here, the party convened a workers and office bearers’ meeting at Nagam in Chrari Sharif.

Expressing his concerns over the abrogation of Article 35A, Lone said that “fiddling with Article 370 and Art 35-A shall have dangerous repercussions.”

The meeting was held as a sequel to the party’s mass contact and public outreach initiative to get first-hand information about the problems confronting people at ground level, the statement said.

While condemning efforts of some opportunistic political parties to divide the communities on the basis of religion and region for petty political interests, Lone said that JKPM would rise like a rock to protect the pluralistic character of the state, adding that unity in diversity was the hallmark of state’s rich culture and ethos.

“JKPM would repulse with full might to any move to change the state’s demography, Lone maintained adding that his party was committed to safeguard Article 370 and Article 35A of the Constitution, which guarantees special status to the Jammu and Kashmir state,” the statement said.

The issue about scarcity of drinking water at Takiya Nagam also came up under discussion and it was impressed upon district administration to redress the genuine grievance of the residents of Takiya Nagam earnestly.

Master Ghulam Mohiuddin and Ayub Haider also spoke in the meeting, the statement added. (GNS)

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