Civil Society Group to Move SC for Autonomy Restoration 

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SRINAGAR — Calling for a complete boycott of Panchayat and Municipal elections, the Jammu and Kashmir Civil Society Coordination Committee (JKCSCC) Saturday said that they will file a petition in the Supreme Court to seek restoration of Internal Autonomy as per 1952’s Delhi Agreement. 

Addressing a news conference here Awami National conference (ANC) Vice President Muzaffar Shah, Deputy Grand Mufti Nasir-ul Aslam and Sikh leader Jaghmohan Raina said that they will file a petition in the SC to seek the restoration of the internal autonomy as per the Delhi agreement in 1952.

Shah said that the JKCSCC will also hold meetings across the state with all stakeholders and with the ruling party, opposition, regional political parties and Civil Society across India and Pakistan.
He added that the JKCSCC will also meet with the stakeholders across LOC in Muzaffarbad and Gilgit Baltistan as proposed by late former Chief Minister G. M. Shah in the five region summit plan submitted to governments of India and Pakistan, separatists and mainstream organizations in the year 2001.

 

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