Mehbooba requests Dr Farooq to convene all party meeting, says united response need of the hour

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Mehbooba Mufti, former CM of Jammu and Kashmir
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Srinagar: Former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir Mehbooba Mufti on Monday said that she had requested National Conference president Dr Farooq Abdulllah to convene an all party meet.

The PDP president said that the recent developments in the state have caused panic among people and that the need of the hour was to come together and forge a united response. “In light of recent developments that have caused a sense of panic amongst people in J&K, I’ve requested Dr Farooq Abdullah sahab to convene an all party meeting. Need of the hour is to come together & forge a united response. We the people of Kashmir need to stand up as one.

Earlier, Farooq Abdullah said that the special status of Jammu and Kashmir should not abrogated.

The former Chief Minister of the state said, “Article 35A & Article 370 should not be removed. It forms our foundation. There is no need to remove it. We are Hindustani but they (Article 35A & Article 370) are important for us.”

Tensions have grown in the state especially the valley after reports suggested that the Narendra Modi government is likely to brace its toughest decision yet, that is the abrogation of Article 35A.

According to reports the big announcement could be made before August 15 i.e. on Independence Day.

They said that forces have worked out an elaborate plan to counter a possible mass uprising in Kashmir, following the abrogation of this Article.

Besides the usual standard operating procedures like restrictions on movement of people curfews and a suspension of internet, plans are also being worked out to prevent any big militant attacks during this period. According to inputs, plans are afoot for micromanagement of all districts in Kashmir in the aftermath of the revocation.

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