Senior member of the PAGD, Muzaffar Ahmad Shah said that they have to meet opposition parties, civil society members and central government to ask them to review the decisions of August 05, 2019, which were taken unconstitutionally and without taking the people of Jammu and Kashmir onboard.
He said that like the government revoked the three farms laws, which were passed by the parliament last year, abrogation of Article 370 should be reviewed and rolled back.
Shah said that they are planning to meet the civil society members, opposition parties and other political leaders in New Delhi to apprise them about the importance of rolling back of abrogation of article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir.
He also said that PAGD spokesperson MY Tarigami has already filed a writ petition against the abrogation of article 370 in the Supreme Court and they will continue to follow it the court and fight the legal battle for its revocation.
“Like the government revoked three farms laws, it should also do the same in case of Article 370 so as to restore confidence of the people of Jammu and Kashmir in New Delhi. The decisions made on August 05, 2019 were made unconstitutionally and without taking the people of Jammu and Kashmir into confidence, so it is important for New Delhi to review, introspect and roll back the decision of abrogation of article 370,” he said.
Shah said that they are stationed in New Delhi and they meet every person to apprise them about the importance of rolling back of abrogation of article 370. kns