After holding talks with Jammu and Kashmir-based events, the Centre has now invited events and civil society members from Kargil and Ladakh for talks on July 1.
Former MPs and members of civil society have additionally been invited to the assembly, slated to be held on July 1 at 11am, to be chaired by Minister of State for House Affairs G. Kishan Reddy, at his residence.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had on Thursday chaired a three-and-half-hour-long assembly with 14 political leaders from Jammu and Kashmir, together with 4 former chief ministers.
Delimitation adopted by profitable elections, and the restoration of democracy within the area was emphasised upon by the Centre on the assembly. “We’re dedicated to make sure all spherical improvement of J&Ok. The way forward for Jammu and Kashmir was mentioned and the delimitation train and peaceable elections are necessary milestones in restoring statehood as promised in Parliament,” Union House Minister Amit Shah had stated in a tweet, later.
The assembly was the primary between the Centre and mainstream Jammu and Kashmir politicians after the abrogation of Article 370 and the division of the erstwhile state into two union territories in August 2019.
On August 5, 2019, the central authorities withdrew J&Ok’s particular standing beneath the Article 370 and bifurcated the erstwhile state into two Union Territories — J&Ok with a legislative meeting and Ladakh with out one.
The historic transfer led to the imposition of restrictions on a number of political leaders and activists within the Kashmir Valley. Step by step, authorities lifted the curbs and launched politicians beneath detention.
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