Panthers Party for reorganization of JK
Jammu, July 18: Jammu and Kashmir Panthers Party on Monday claimed that there was a huge support for the plan from the people of border districts to reorganize JK.
"We have got massive response and support to the movement of reorganization of JK started by the party in border areas," President of Implementation Committee for re-organization of the State, Bansi Lal Sharma told reporters here.
"This new formula of re-organisation of JK is a win-win situation for the stakeholders of the state and the only solution of JK issue," he added.
He said that the party would launch the second leg of the campaign in Jammu from July 25 to educate, motivate and seek support of the people.
Terming the union of Jammu and Kashmir as "unnatural", he said, "Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir have nothing in common in terms of culture, life-style, language, geographical area and historic identity."
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