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Doing Away With ‘Darbar Move’ Practice Not Good For ‘Integration’, People-To-People Contact Is Gone: Altaf Bukhari

Srinagar, July 2: Jammu Kashmir Apni President Syed Muhammad Altaf Bukhari Friday said that doing away with the practice of ‘Darbar Move’ will widen the gap between the people of Kashmir and Jammu. He asked Lieutenant Governor to revisit his decision.

“Darbar Move was not about the budget but it was about people-to-people contact. Six lakh people from Kashmir visited Jammu and from Jammu around 2 lakh people used to come here (Kashmir). Now this people-to-people contact is gone and it is not good for the ‘integration,” Bukhari said.

Srinagar, July 2: Jammu Kashmir Apni President Syed Muhammad Altaf Bukhari Friday said that doing away with the practice of ‘Darbar Move’ will widen the gap between the people of Kashmir and Jammu. He asked Lieutenant Governor to revisit his decision.

“Darbar Move was not about the budget but it was about people-to-people contact. Six lakh people from Kashmir visited Jammu and from Jammu around 2 lakh people used to come here (Kashmir). Now this people-to-people contact is gone and it is not good for the ‘integration,” Bukhari said.

 

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