New Delhi: Under pressure from the international community, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi may chair a meeting with all political parties in occupied Kashmir to discuss the restoration of the valley’s special status.
According to Indian media reports, the Modi government has convened a meeting of all political parties in occupied Kashmir, and the meeting may also discuss the issue of restoring the state of the occupied territory.
This meeting is the first such exercise since the center announced the abolition of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and divided it into federal territory in August 2019. The Federal Interior Minister Amit Shah and other central leaders may Will attend.
The Indian central leadership has begun the process of inviting occupied Kashmir leadership including Farooq Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti, Altaf Bukhari and Sajjad Lone for the discussion.
“An intimation has been sent to us. We don t know exactly what it is about yet but will wait for a formal invitation and then take a call”, said occupied Kashmir leadership.
Mehbooba Mufti said that she did “receive an informal invite and they were discussing it”.