Srinagar: The former legislators in Jammu and Kashmir are all set to come up with a new political party in the Union Territory for which the confabulations have almost reached to the conclusion, sources said.
Reliable sources informed that the former ministers and legislators who were affiliated with different political parties in Jammu and Kashmir are confabulating over the formation of new political podium here, reported wire service KNO.
The new political podium would likely be headed by the former Finance minister of Jammu and Kashmir Syed Altaf Bukhari.
Sources further informed that many leaders from different political parties here have been holding meetings in this regard and the confabulation has almost reached to the conclusion over structuring a new political podium.
They further informed that it would take only a month now to clear the image in this regard. “We are hopeful that a new political party in Jammu and Kashmir will be formed in next month,” a leader, part of the ongoing confabulations told KNO.
He added that the political discourse in Jammu and Kashmir is finished and now a new political discourse has to be started. To start a new political discourse in Jammu and Kashmir, many leaders have come together and are discussing future strategy,” he said.
He further added that the new political podium which will be announced soon in Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory will remain clear before the public. “We vowed to fight what is achievable. We will not keep the people in the dark and will promise the issues that will be delivered on ground,” the leader, wishing anonymity added.
The other leader, who is part of the group, said that the process to form the new political podium in Jammu and Kashmir has already been started and all the leaders who are part of it are putting their serious efforts to form the new party here.
Reacting to the reports over leadership clash, he said that none among the leaders have claimed to be the leader. “We have trust on each other and good people around will join them, are joining them. We have vowed not to go against the aspirations of people. Enough exploitation has taken place in Jammu and Kashmir. Now, we have decided that we will not do the politics of exploitation and any step being taken will be in the interest of people of Jammu and Kashmir. (KNO)