Tarigami, Mehbooba, Farooq Attending a meeting with Prime Minister Modi and pursuing the Gupkar Alliance agenda

22nd June,2021


Tarigami, Mehbooba, Farooq Attending a meeting with Prime Minister Modi and pursuing the Gupkar Alliance agenda



The leaders of the People's Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) today stated that they have accepted the Prime Minister's invitation to attend the June 4 meeting in New Delhi and that they will be attending. The meeting will be attended by the PAGD's three leaders, Farooq Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti, and Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami. The meeting has been extended to all of these leaders.The Prime Minister has extended us an invitation, and we will attend the meeting. After the PAGD meeting, Dr. Farooq Abdullah said, "We are hoping that we will be able to present our position to the Prime Minister and the Union Home Minister." “After the meeting with the Prime Minister in Delhi is over, we will be talking to the press about it, here and in Delhi,” Dr. Farooq remarked, flanked by Mehbooba Mufti, Tarigami, and other PAGD leaders. “We'll tell you what we said in the meeting and how they reacted,” said the group. “Our position has not changed and will not change in the future. Dr. Farooq stated, "We have not modified our position." He stated that the invitation had arrived.Dr. Farooq stated the following. He stated that each leader had received a separate invitation and that all would be attending the conference. “They have no agenda,” he stated, adding that they are open to discussing any topic. Dr. Farooq stated the following. He stated that each leader had received a separate invitation and that all would be attending the conference. “They have no agenda,” he stated, adding that they are open to discussing any topic.Tarigami stated that they will present the Prime Minister with the problems and hopes of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. “Because there is no agenda for the meeting, we will reiterate the PAGD's position before the country's top leaders. We are proceeding on the basis of a petition signed by the people of Jammu and Kashmir. We shall demand that the assurances provided to us by India's constitution be returned to us,” said the group.Mehbooba Mufti also stated that she is in favour of discussion. They asked the administration to take some confidence-building steps before the negotiations, she said. “While captives across the country were released as a result of Covid-19, this did not happen in Jammu and Kashmir. We expected them to either release the captives free or bring them to Srinagar if they intended to reach out to the people of Jammu and Kashmir, whom they have humiliated so much in the last two years. But that doesn't mean we're opposed to dialogue,” Mehbooba explained. “We expected Dr. Abdullah, the PAGD's director, to attend the meeting. He argued, however, that we had received separate invitations and that we should attend.The PAGD is comprised of six political parties, including the National Conference and the People's Democratic Party. The PAGD was founded to fight for Article 370 to be reinstated in Jammu and Kashmir. A gathering of the signatories of the Peoples Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) was conducted on June 9 at Mehbooba Mufti's Gupkar residence after six months. Since then, there have been rumours in the Valley that the Centre and mainstream parties will start talks with the Centre about restoring statehood to Jammu and Kashmir and then holding elections in the territory