NC-Congress coordination panel to meet today
Srinagar, Aug 31: The Coordination Committee of the National Conference-Congress coalition is all set to meet on Saturday under the chairmanship of Prof Saifuddin Soz at Hari Niwas here to discuss various issues concerning the ruling alliance.
“The meeting will be held at 4:30 pm on Saturday after I arrive in Srinagar,” JKPCC President Prof Saifuddin Soz confirmed to KNS. However he refused to divulge the details regarding the agenda of the meeting.
The meeting of the Coordination Committee is seen as important in view of the Government’s decision to hold elections for Block Development Councils and Urban Local Bodies in December.
According to reliable sources, the strategy for fighting Block Development Council elections and filling up the vacancies in the state Public Service Commission are believed to be on top of the agenda.
The meeting is also important in the backdrop of open war of words between the two coalition partners on issues like autonomy and Article 370.
The issue related to appointment of members and chairman of the Vigilance Commission and other commissions are also expected to come under discussion, sources said.
Headed by the JKPCC president Saifuddin Soz, the committee comprises Finance Minister Abdul Rahim Rather, Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ali Muhammad Sagar and MLA Choudhary Ramzan from National Conference and Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand and former Deputy CM Pandit Mangat Ram Sharma from Congress. KNS
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