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    Not in Gupkar Alliance yet, states Congress

    Parties including the National Conference, the PDP, the Peoples Conference and the CPI( M), formed the Gupkar Alliance, and are battling the maiden DDC elections together.


    The mainstream parties, including the National Conference, PDP, Peoples Conference and CPI( M), formed the PAGD last month and are combating the maiden DDC elections together. Submit Picture.


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    Parties consisting of the National Conference, the PDP, the Peoples Conference and the CPI( M), formed the Gupkar Alliance, and are battling the maiden DDC elections together.

    The Jammu and Kashmir system of Congress celebration on Saturday said it is not yet part of the People’s Alliance for Gupkar Statement, a multi-party amalgam formed for the repair of the Union Territory’s statehood.

    It, however, said it remains in assessment with ‘like-minded parties’ for seat modifications for the upcoming District Advancement Council elections in J&K.

    The mainstream parties, including the National Conference, PDP, Peoples Conference and CPI( M), formed the PAGD last month and are battling the maiden DDC elections together.

    There are particular commonalities of problems with the celebrations of alliance (PAGD) against the approximate actions of the BJP federal government but the Congress is not yet part of the alliance.

    The high-powered policy preparation group of the celebration will review the circumstance to take a last get in touch with the concern, at the proper time, after taking into account the goals and sentiments of individuals, J&K Pradesh Congress Committee chief representative Ravinder Sharma said in a statement here.

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    Senior Congress leaders took part in a series of PAGD conferences last week, both in Srinagar and Jammu, to settle candidates under the seat-sharing for the DDC elections and the Panchayat and Urban Local Bodies (ULB) by-polls, which are set up to be kept in eight stages from November 28 to December 24.

    We remain in consultation with certain similar celebrations for seat adjustments for the DDC elections, at the local level anywhere possible, without compromising the aspirations of party cadres and the sentiments of people, Mr. Sharma stated.

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    He said on the JKPCC demand, the party management has permitted the system to choose seat adjustments at the regional level wherever possible for the DDC elections.

    The process of consultations is going on at numerous levels in Kashmir area and in Jammu division to share the seats, anywhere possible, depending upon regional circumstances however there will get along contests at different seats as changes are not possible at maximum seats at this later phase, as there are goals of a big number of celebration rank and file, Mr. Sharma stated.

    At the same time, the Congress leader stated the party’s principles and individuals’s sentiments would not be compromised at any expense.

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