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Netizens feel Jammu’s interests being ignored by centre in J&K all party meet


NEW DELHI. Prime Minister Narendra Modi today chaired an all-party meeting to discuss the prevailing situation in Jammu and Kashmir and the future course of action for the union territory with Kashmiri leaders from the Gupkar alliance. This is the first such meeting after August 5, 2019 when the Centre decided to abrogate Article 370 of the Constitution that gave J&K a special status.

Sources say the all-party meeting will offer a sounding board for the mainstream political leaders of J&K to put across their views on issues they consider important.

However, many voices on Twitter felt that the Modi government was sidelining interests of Jammu and its people by not inviting authentic political stakeholders of the Jammu region and giving it a negligible representation.










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