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CM leaving for Delhi today; Likely to meet PM
SRINAGAR, Aug 9: Chief minister Mehbooba Mufti is leaving for New Delhi tomorrow and is likely to meet prime minister Narendra Modi and other political leaders amid the row over the petition on abrogation of Article 35-A.

Sources told KNS that the CM will likely to meet prime minister and leaders of other political parties over the issue of Article 35-A.

Mehbooba will also meet leaders of other political parties to apprise them of the fallout of proposed abrogation of Article 35-A, the sources said.

Opposition political parties have suggested to Mehbooba to lead an All Party Delegation to the PM over the issue of the article 35-A.

The CM met NC patron Dr Farooq Abdullah, JKPCC president G A Mir, other opposition leaders in the last two days over the issue.

News Updated at : Thursday, August 10, 2017
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