BJP STUDY GROUP SUBMITS REPORT
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Jammu, June 3: The national executive committee of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday discussed the prevailing situation and party affairs in Jammu and Kashmir.
Party sources said the BJP national spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad, who was the part of BJP Parliamentary Study Group on JK, submitted its findings before the committee and deliberated upon various aspects of Jammu and Kashmir problem.
“The committee will deliberate on the findings of Study Group report during the meet and may extend the term of the group so that the comprehensive report vis-à-vis complexities of J&K problem are drafted,” added sources.
The five-member BJP Parliamentary Study Group led by former national president of the party Rajnath Singh had recently visited the Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh to ascertain the views of cross section of people on J&K problem.
The five member Party delegation besides Rajnath Singh included Ravi Shanker Prasad, Shah Nawaz Hussain, party spokesperson, J K Jain and Maya Singh, both MPs.
The national coordinator of the Study Group and Party general secretary J P Nadda had also accompanied the team.
The meeting is being attended by a galaxy of party’s top leaders including LK Advani, President Nitin Gadkrai, Sushma Swaraj, Arun Jaitley and all its Chief Ministers.
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