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NC may lose Pahalgam aide
11/15/2019 11:22:36 PM

Early Times Report
JAMMU, Nov 15: Amid reports that some of the Kashmir based political parties were likely to get shockers in the coming months, one of the close aides of National Conference working president, Omar Abdullah, from Pahalgam area of south Kashmir is likely to quit the party.
Sources said the NC leader who holds significant position in the Pahalgam constituency was unlikely to join any existing regional party of Kashmir, though he is believed to have been approached by a few.
Sources said the leader was allegedly fed up of the NC-politics as in the previous NC led regime he was not given any key mandate.
Sources said the said leader thinks that staying back with the party would not be of much help as the "NC has already got saturated."
"There seems to be little scope for growth in a party that is already saturated with numerous faces, so he may be thinking of a better future," said a source in the NC.
One of the oldest parties of Jammu and Kashmir, the NC is already facing tough times as two of its key leaders have been detained since the abrogation of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir on August 5.
While the NC patron and former Chief Minister Dr Farooq Abdullah has been booked under the Public Safety Act at his own residence, his son, who is also a former Chief Minister has been detained at the Hari Nivas.
Some other senior leaders including Ali Muhammad Sagar, his Salman Sagar and Tanvir Sadiq were under detention at the Centaur Hotel on the banks of Dal lake.
Two of the National Conference MPs, Justice Retd Hasnian Masoodi and Muhammad Akbar Lone however are free to move around.
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