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JK’s Political Landscape set to witness Tectonic Shift ahead of Lok Sabha Polls

Srinagar, Mar 19: The political landscape in Jammu and Kashmir is witnessing strategic maneuvers as Democratic Progressive Azad Party (DPAP) led by Ghulam Nahi Azad and Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party led by Syed Altaf Bukhari along with other outfits, in a bid to bolster its electoral prospectus, are actively exploring the possibility of forming alliance for the coming LS polls.


Reports inform news agency—that following an executive meeting held at the party headquarters in Srinagar, Apni Party’s general secretary, Rafi Ahmed Mir, announced that the party has resolved to reach out to potential allies.


Authorized by party president Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari, discussions are underway to forge alliances in preparation for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.


On the other hand, DPAP spokesman Salman Nizami confirmed to news agency that talks are in the initial stage with a few “like minded” parties in Jammu and Kashmir and final decision in this regard will be taken within a week’s time. “We are holding confabulations and they are in the initial phase. We will come out with a strategy once we reach the decision,” Nizami said.


Meanwhile, sources divulged that during the meeting, the leaders engaged in extensive deliberations, analyzing feedback from both political and parliamentary spheres. The focus was on assessing the prevailing political scenario in Jammu and Kashmir and devising an effective election strategy.


“In its executive meeting on Monday, it has been decided that the Apni Party will initiate talks with like-minded parties,” said Rafi Ahmed Mir.


He emphasized the importance of fostering a conducive environment for dialogue, expressing confidence that alliance formations will materialize swiftly. “We are currently reaching out to various stakeholders, and we aim to finalize the alliances within a week,” Mir added—(KNO)



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