Delimitation commission to arrive in Srinagar tomorrow 

Political parties except PDP nominate representatives to meet commission at Grand Lalit 

Political parties except PDP nominate representatives to meet commission at Grand Lalit 

Srinagar, July 05 (KNS): The delimitation commission, which is going to visit Jammu and Kashmir for four days, will arrive in Srinagar on Tuesday afternoon to meet various political parties, district election officers and other cross sections of the society.

Sources told Kashmir News Service (KNS) that the commission will arrive in Srinagar in the afternoon and will meet different political parties to hold deliberations with them over the ongoing process of delimitation in Jammu and Kashmir.

They said that the commission will meet the delegations including representatives of political parties at Grand Lalit in Srinagar from 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm.

Meanwhile, political parties have nominated several senior party leader and members to meet the commission and put forth their point of view vis-a-vid delimitation exercise in the UT.

As per details available with KNS, National Conference has nominated, Abdul Raheem Rather, Mohammad Shafi, Mian Altaf Ahmad, Nasir Aslam Wani and Sakina Ittoo

From Panthers Party, Syed Masood Andrabi, Manzoor Ahmad Naik, Hakikat Singh Jamwal, Farooq Ahmad Dar and Hakeem Arif Ali as their representatives to meet the commission.

Jammu and Kashmir People’s Conference have nominated BashirAhmad Dar, Mansoor Hussain Soharwardy, Mohammad Khurshid Alam and Mohammad Ashraf Mir as their representatives.

J&K Apni party has nominated Ghulam Hassan Mir, Zaffar lqbal Manhas, Usman Majid, Rafi Ahmad Mir and Mohammad Ashraf Mir, while the Congress have nominated GA. Mir, Peerzada Mohd Sayeed, Taj MohiUDin, Bashir Ahmad Magrey, Surinder Singh Channi and Vinod Koul as theri representatives.

The BJP has nominated Sofi Yusuf, GM Mir, Surinder Ambardar and Altaf Thakur as their representatives. 

Among other parties, which are going to meet the commission include BSP, CPI, CPI-M and National Panthers Party.

Notably, People’s Democratic Party, one of the largest and main political parties of Jammu and Kashmir has not nominated any member to meet the delimitation commission tomorrow in Srinagar. (KNS)

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