Jammu: Seven mainstream political events of Jammu and Kashmir, who are segment of the Gupkar alliance, on Saturday announced they would unitedly fight the upcoming District Pattern Council (DDC) elections in the Union Territory.
The events, including the National Conference (NC) and the PDP, are segment of the Folks’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD), which used to be formed for the restoration of special station of the erstwhile speak of Jammu and Kashmir.
Elections to DDCs and vacant posts of sarpanch and panch will possible be held in eight phases from 1 December to 24 December in Jammu and Kashmir, essentially essentially based mostly on a notification issued by the Jammu and Kashmir Election Commission on Friday.
The PAGD made up our minds to determine on half in the DDC polls at its first meeting in Jammu, since its formation final month.
The alliance’s spokesperson, Sajad Ghani Lone, said, “One level of the agenda (for the meeting) used to be the upcoming DDC elections, and a unanimous decision used to be taken that we are going to fight these elections unitedly despite the abruptness of the timing.”
“All of a unexpected, they (govt) sprung a surprise and are going to attain the process within a month,” said Lone, who used to be flanked by NC leader and PAGD chairperson Farooq Abdullah and PDP chief and the alliance’s vice chairperson Mehbooba Mufti.
He said the PAGD will struggle thru the modalities and Farooq Abdullah would launch the names of candidates. NC vice president Omar Abdullah and CPM leader MY Tarigami, were amongst the more than a few leaders, who were at the meeting.