People’s Alliance to meet tomorrow; likely to form structure

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The Peoples Alliance for Gupkar Declaration, an amalgam of unionists striving for restoration of the Article 370 and statehood, is all set to hold its next meeting on Saturday in Srinagar.

The members of “Peoples Alliance for Gupkar Declaration” will be meeting tomorrow afternoon at former chief minister and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti’s Gupkar residence.

Unidentified sourced told a local news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) that all the members of the group have been invited for the meeting, which is scheduled to start at 2:30 pm at Ms. Mufti’s Gupkar residence.

The members of the alliance have resolved to fight for the restoration of Article 370 as well as for the resolution of Kashmir issue.

Sources said the conglomerate is likely to announce its chairman, vice -chairman, general secretary and others. “Farooq Abdullah is likely to be announced as head of the group while PDP President Mehbooba Mufti and People’s Conference chairman Sajad Gani would be given important positions,” they said.

Earlier on October 15, the major mainstream political parties of Jammu and Kashmir forged an alliance to fight for the restoration of erstwhile State’s special position (Article 370) and Statehood.

The alliance was formalised after two hours meeting of the signatories of Gupkar declaration at the residence of National Conference president Farooq Abdullah.

Soon after the meeting concluded, NC president Dr Farooq Abdullah had said that all the signatories of the Gupkar declaration have decided to forge an alliance to fight for the restoration of special status. “Our motive is to fight for the restoration of August 04, 2019 position,” he had said, adding that the alliance will fight for the rights that were snatched last year from Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh. (KNO)

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