JKNPP bats for reorganisation of J&K
Jammu: Strongly favouring the reorganisation
of Jammu and Kashmir, JKNPP Monday claimed that there was a huge support for the plan from the people of border districts.
"We have got massive response and support to the movement
of re-organisation of Jammu and Kashmir started by the party
in border areas," President of Implementation Committee for
Re-organisation of J&K State, Bansi Lal Sharma told reporters
Sharma said, "During the two-week campaign on the issue in border belt of R S Pura, Pargwal, Akhnoor, Suchetgarh, Khour, Ramgarh, Bishnah, Vijaypur, Samba, we have got tremendous response."
The people of these areas also favoured re-organisation
of the state with separate legislatures, budgets,
administrative and financial units for Jammu, Ladakh and
Kashmir as solution to the entire issue of J&K, the Jammu and
Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) leader said.
"This new formula of re-organisation of J&K is a win-win
situation for the stakeholders of J&K and the only solution of
JK issue," JKNPP leader said.
He said that the party will launch the second leg of the
campaign in Jammu from July 25 to educate, motivate and seek
support of the people.
Terming the union of Jammu and Kashmir as "unnatural", he
said, "Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir have nothing in common in
terms of culture, life-style, language, geographical area and
So, the JKNPP has given a new formula for re-organisation
of the state, he said.
"It will ensure end of inter-regional discrimination,
equal development and will also strengthen communal harmony
and regional cooperation," he said.
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