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Provide the agenda for the Boundary Commission meeting: NC


The National Conference (NC) on Sunday asked the Boundaries Commission to provide an agenda for the December 20 meeting before party MPs can make a decision on whether to attend.

The Commission has called a meeting of its associate members in New Delhi on December 20. The Commission has five associate members who are five MPs from JK’s Lok Sabha.

While the NC has three deputies, all from the Kashmir Valley, the BJP has two from the Jammu region. NC Anantnag MP in South Kashmir Hasnain Masoodi said the party sent a written communication to the Commission, asking it to provide the relevant documents so that party MPs can decide whether to participate or no to the meeting.

“We sent a letter to the Boundaries Commission and asked them to inform us of the meeting agenda, provide us with the agenda items and provide us with all the material regarding this ( agenda items), â€Masoodi told PTI.

The letter was sent by Masoodi and the NC deputy of Baramulla, in the north of Kashmir, Mohammad Akbar Lone. The president of the NC and deputy of Srinagar, Farooq Abdullah, is currently in Jammu.

Masoodi said the party wanted to review the agenda first before making the decision to attend the meeting.

“We want to review the material that is provided to us so that we can review it and then make our decision,†he said.

MP NC said that the two MPs had also reminded the Commission that there had so far been no response from the Commission to the party’s letter written on February 17.

The party boycotted the commission’s first meeting with associate members and sent a letter to the commission, claiming the exercise was the result of the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Act-2019, which the party challenged in the Supreme Court .

The letter had asked the Commission to suspend the delimitation procedure because the exercise was being carried out in accordance with the provisions of a law which is under judicial supervision.

Masoodi said that once party MPs get a response from the Commission, they will study it and then make a decision.

“We were just asked to come for the meeting on December 20th. What is the meeting about, what should we do there, we have no idea. Nothing has been told to us. wrote the letter, “he said.

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