SRINAGAR - Entire leadership of main stream political parties of Occupied Kashmir send a stern message to PM Modi government.
The leaders of mainstream political parties in link Jammu and Kashmir who met in Srinagar on Sunday evening, decided to seek an audience with President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and leaders of other parties amid tension in the state over fears of scrapping of Articles 35A, 370.
The parties resolved to protect and defend the special status of Jammu and Kashmir .
“It was unanimously resolved that all the parties would be united in their resolve to protect and defend identity, autonomy and special status of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh against all attacks and onslaughts whatsoever; modification abrogation of Articles 35A, 370, unconstitutional delimitation, trifurcation of the state would be an aggression against the people of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh,’’ said Farooq Abdullah while reading the resolution passed after the all-party meeting.
The former chief minister also made an appeal to India and Pakistan that they should never take any step which will create tension between the two countries.
Besides Farooq Abdullah the meeting was also attended by PDP president Mehbooba Mufti, PC chairman Sajjad Lone, former chief minister Omar Abdullah, and leaders of other mainstream political parties.