The Indian State Kashmir is adamant in demanding the restoration of statehood. The leaders of Jammu and Kashmir are also chanting Article 370.
The Alliance for Confidential Declaration (PAGD), a joint platform of the six parties, demanded immediate restoration of “special status”.
The Daily Vendor Newspaper learnt that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a meeting with PAGD representatives in Delhi a month ago. They discussed the selection of the valley and the restoration of the status of the state.
However, before the election, or before the restoration of the dignity of the state – the oscillation did not end. In such a situation PAGD.
On August 5, 2019, the status of the special state of Jammu and Kashmir was restored. Since then, one protest after another has erupted in the valley. Paradise has witnessed many incidents.
On Tuesday, the PAGD leadership again sat in a meeting at the residence of Farooq Abdullah demanding the return of special status.
After the meeting, Mancha spokesperson and CPM leader Tarigami said, “The people of the valley have a constitutional right to regain their special status. We want nothing more than to have our dignity restored.”
The Daily Vendor correspondent reported that he was accompanied by PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti and National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah at the press conference. Tarigami alleges that some people are trying to label their demands as anti-national.
Special status has been forcibly withdrawn from the Valley. PAGD has also warned the Center by raising that allegation again. Tarigami said the situation would worsen if the humiliation in the valley continued.
According to him, if the humiliation continues, it will be terrible not only for Jammu and Kashmir but also for the country. The government considers the silence of the valley as consent. That is not the point at all. The Gupkar Alliance alleges that they are being forcibly suppressed.
Meanwhile, three militants were killed in a shootout with security personnel in Sopore, Baramulla district. Security personnel have been searching the area since Monday night after receiving information that the militants were hiding.
The gun battle started on Tuesday morning. Three militants died there. Police are trying to find out their identities. Kashmir Zone IG Vijay Kumar said more than 100 militants have been killed in the Kashmir division so far this year.