Challenges To Special Status: Group To Hold Debate At Hotel Spring Pine

SRINAGAR — A newly formed civil society group has sought proposals and suggestions from political thinkers, social reformers and cultural promoters on challenges thrown up against the special status of the state particularly Article 370 and article 35-A in the supreme court of the country and invited them for participation in an intellectual conclave on October 7 in Srinagar.

Jammu and Kashmir Civil Society Coordination Committee (JKCSCC) has called upon the democratic forces to cooperate for combating the present situation of chaos, confusion hopelessness and attend a marathon debate on defending article 35-A and article 370 on October 7 at Hotel Pine Spring Wazir Bagh Srinagar.

Group has sought has sent invitation to people different sections of society and hopes that those concerned about the future of the state and protection of special status will attend the meeting.

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