PAGD says will do everything possible to get back special status
By: Tariq Shah VOV
People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) held an important meeting at the residence of Farooq Abdullah on Thursday and after the meeting it said that they will knock the doors of people and also of the parliament to get back the rights snatched by the central government on August 05, 2019.
According to the KNS quoting sources within PAGD, it said in its news report that the meeting was held at around 11 AM wherein the conglomerate decided that no force will deter them to seek the right, which they snatched on August 05.
They said that the PAGD has decided to knock everyone’s door, even the parliament of India to seek their rights and make the government answerable that what has been achieved in two years after Article 370 and 35-A were scrapped.
They said that they will make an appeal to the parliament that a lot of things are done in the house, and a lot is decided there, but Kashmir is bringing. “What has the government achieved for the people of Jammu and Kashmir and for the entire country after the political incident of August 05 in 2019,” they said.
Sources said that the meeting was attended by PAGD president Dr Farooq Abdullah, vice-president Mehboob Mufti, spokesperson MY Tarigami and Muzaffar Ahmad Shah, which lasted for about an hour.
They said that the agenda of the meeting was only to make the voice reach the parliament of India and make the government answerable to what has been achieved in the last two years.
Notably, today was the 2nd anniversary of the abrogation of Article 370 and 35-A and splitting of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.
With inputs from KNS