JKPM assigns roles to its members


Members of the State Executive of Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Movement met on Saturday at Srinagar under the Chairmanship of Javaid Mustafa Mir in which the current political situation in the State was discussed, said the party spokesman.

The spokesman said that it was unanimously agreed to launch a vigorous campaign in the State to educate people regarding the need to support a credible political alternative in the State so that political and economic interests of the people of the State are protected.

“On this occasion it was decided to expand the State Executive in such a manner so that regional and religious diversity of the State is duly reflected in the committee,” he said.

To bring in transparency in the party finances a Committee on Finance was constituted to raise funds for the political campaign in transparent manner, he added.

The spokesman said that it was decided to create a Mandate Committee to seek ground feedback regarding the contesting candidates so that only people with proven integrity and spirit of public service are allowed to contest the upcoming Assembly Elections.

“Also, state executive announced Faroz Wani as Provincial President Kashmir, Advocate Syed Iqbal Tahir as Vice President Political affairs, Feroze Peerzada as vice President Organisational affairs, Chasfeeda Shah as State youth President and Media Advisor, Iqbal Rather as Political Advisor to Chairmain/ President, Advocate Sajad Sheikh as Treasurer and Chief Spokesperson, Uzair Ronga as convener and Political Advisor to President, Raja Mehmood Iqbal Khan as State Secretary, Dr Ghulam Mustafa Khan as State President Tribal affairs and Rufaida Mansoor as Secretary Women affairs,” he said.

“Furthermore, Imdad Gazi was nominated as district president Srinagar, Iqbal Rather as District President Bandipora. The party state executive also announced Khurshid Ahmad Bismil as Incharge Peer Panchal Region,” said the JKPM spokesman in a statement.


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