Won’t leave Apni Party, says Junaid Mattu

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: After quitting as Youth President, Apni Party leader Junaid Azim Mattu on Tuesday said that he has no plans to quit the party and that posts and positions are not that important but convictions are important.

Talking to reporters, Mattu, as per the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), said that he is not joining any other party but will remain in Apni Party.

“The posts and positions are not important, sometimes convictions are more important,” he said, adding that he is no longer a youngster, but now after turning 37, he doesn’t deserve to be in the youth wing.

He also said that his efforts have always been to create alternative space in Srinagar

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