Need for the revival of Statehood: urges JKNPP


JKNPP urged the President of India to revive Statehood & hold Assembly elections in J&K 

 Jammu/Srinagar (J&K) November 26, 2021: The senior leaders of the J&K National Panthers Party in a conference urged President of India, Shri Ramnath Kovind to intervene to revive the Statehood of J&K in the interest of the security of the State (J&K and Ladakh). The security in the State is passing through difficult times and the present administration is not finding itself easy to handle the situation today. The Panthers Party shall be holding an urgent meeting of the party in the middle of February 2022. The party shall be inviting the leadership of other recognized political parties in J&K like the J&K National Conference, People Democratic Party as there are only three recognized parties in J&K namely National Conference, PDP and the Panthers Party.

The leadership of the Panthers Party in Ladakh, Kashmir province and the Jammu region shall be invited by J&K National Panthers Party to hold a joint meeting at Jammu as weather conditions in Ladakh and Kashmir Valley shall not permit a comfortable political get-together in Kashmir Valley or Ladakh.

The President of JKNPP in a circular issued to the District Presidents of J&K and Ladakh has invited the names of the candidates who shall contest the next Assembly elections in 2022. The Panthers Party has already submitted an urgent request to the President of India to hold the Assembly election in J&K after restoring its Statehood which was demolished on August 5, 2019.

The Panthers Party shall also announce an Organising Committee of J&K and Ladakh which shall organize the next Foundation Day of JKNPP on March 23, 2022.

Mr P.K. Ganju, Sr. Vice President conveyed that the Disciplinary Committee which is working under his command shall also hold the meeting of the committee next week to take appropriate action against the erring office bearers of a district and suggest the President reorganize such districts which need immediate reorganization with the induction of new office bearers of the District Committee.