JKLF to hold zonal elections

SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) today announced that the front is going to conduct its Zonal elections for Jammu and Kashmir on 23rd October 2013.

“Before this elections for all districts were held and district presidents and other officials for running the affairs of JKLF in various districts have already been elected. Also zonal bodies of other zones including Azad Kashmir, Pakistan zone and outside zones have already been conducted. 167 voters from all districts of Jammu Kashmir will cast their votes to elect 12 office bearers for the zone,” mentioned the statement.

The party handout further stated that many senior and new people are contesting for various posts which include  Noor Mohammad Kalwal and Zahoor Ahmad Bhat for  the post of zonal president . Mohammad Yasin Bhat and Abdul  Rashid Hurrah  shall contest for the post of senior vice president.

“Candidate from Jammu province against Abdul Rashid Ganai  for vice president 1,  Mohammad Siddique Guru( Shah) and  Nisar Ahmad Jilani for vice president 2 , Sirajuddin Mir Davood and Shaikh Abdul Rashid  for general secretary zone, Zameer Ahmed Khan and Farooq Ahmad Dar  for Deputy General Secretary , Mohammad Ayub Khan and Sheikh Abdul Ghaffar for  Assistant General Secretary, Bashir Ahmed Bhat Kashmiri and Abdul  Rashid hurrah ( Prof. Javed ) for chief organizer ,Malik  Javed Iqbal , Ashraf bin Salam and Bashir Ahmad Bhat Kashmiri  for deputy chief organizer ,Mushtaq Ahmad Dar ( Mushtaq ) and Ashraf bin Salam for publicity secretary , Abdul Hamid Rather and Maulana Mohammad Yaqub Rabbani for the post of Secretary  Finance and Mohammad Ayub Khan for the post of auditor ,” reads the statement.

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