Party’s Gear Up For Stormy LA Session


SRINAGAR: Ahead of the Autumn Assembly session, all major political parties have called in Legislative Party meetings to chart out strategy for the session beginning from Saturday.

PDP president Mehbooba Mufti, who reached Delhi today from Saudi Arabia, will be chairing her party’s Legislative Party meeting in Srinagar on Friday.

Sources said that the PDP president will fly to Srinagar on Friday morning and will chair an important meeting with PDP MLAs and MLCs at her Gupkar residence. Sources added that the meeting will discuss PDP strategy to be adopted in the House, which is expected to be stormy as opposition parties have geared up to corner the government on various important issues concerning public cause, social security and peace in the state.

State Congress too has called in the Legislative Party meeting at 5 pm on Friday. The meeting   will be chaired by the senior party leader and MLA Aijaz Khan, who was asked by the party top brass to chair the meeting as Congress’s Legislative Party leader Nawang Rinzing Jora is busy with the elections for Ladakh Autonomus Hill Development Council elections in Leh.

Khan said that Congress MLAs and MLCs will take a united stand on all important issues in the house. “In Friday’s meeting we will chart a strategy the party will adopt in the house to corner government, which has failed on every front, in the house,” he said.

Meanwhile, National Conference president Omar Abdullah too has called on the meeting of party’s MLAs and MLCs to chart out strategy for the assembly session.

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