JKNPP to Hold Meet to Discuss its Separate Jammu State Demand

JKNPP would also discuss the issue of the reorganisation of Jammu and Kashmir with the creation of a Jammu Pradesh, a separate Ladakh and Kashmir state.

Published: 20th August 2015 08:41 PM  |   Last Updated: 20th August 2015 08:41 PM   |  A+A-

By PTI

JAMMU: Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) will be holding a meeting of civil society members on August 22 to discuss the future course of action for its demand to have a separate Jammu state.

"People from different parts of Jammu region and from different walks of life have been invited to discuss the future course of action for Jammu Pradesh on August 22 so that the 67 years of people's suffering comes to an end," JKNPP patron Bhim Singh said here today.

"The 24-point charter called the 'Magna Carta of Jammu Pradesh' will be put before the people with an effort that a consensus of the civil society and political activist may be evolved," the statement read.

JKNPP would also discuss the issue of the reorganisation of Jammu and Kashmir with the creation of a Jammu Pradesh, a separate Ladakh and Kashmir state.

"The meeting would also discuss the immediate delimitation of Assembly constituencies in Jammu and Kashmir on the basis of 2011 census," Singh said.

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