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Ladakhi groups hold meaningful talks with MHA’s High Power Committee
2/24/2024 10:46:28 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Feb 24: Following today’s meeting with the High-Power Committee of the Ministry of Home Affairs, a sense of optimism pervades among the Ladakhi groups currently in agitation, as they foresee potential resolutions to their demands.
Qamar Ali Akhnoon, a former minister and member of the six-member sub-committee representing the agitating Ladakhi groups, expressed satisfaction with the meeting's proceedings. “We are content with today's discussions, conducted with a spirit of openness,”, he said.
He also hinted at progress, anticipating the announcement of the next meeting date shortly.
Describing the meeting as “meaningful and fruitful,” Akhoon highlighted the comprehensive deliberations on all raised issues. He emphasizing the Center's positive and encouraging response during discussions. The talks encompassed cr
Qamar Ali Akhnoon, former minister, expressed satisfaction with the meeting’s proceedings.
Akhoon also hinted at progress, anticipating the announcement of the next meeting date shortly.
The talks encompassed crucial topics such as Ladakh’s statehood, constitutional guarantees and a separate PSC.
MHA representatives delved into the legal intricacies of the Ladakhi groups’ demands.
cial topics such as Ladakh's statehood, constitutional guarantees under the Sixth Schedule, a separate Public Service Commission, and job rights for Ladakhi residents.
During the session, the representatives of the MHA High-Power Committee delved into the legal intricacies of the Ladakhi groups' demands, indicating a serious consideration of their concerns.
There is cautious optimism among the sub-committee members regarding potential positive decisions, particularly concerning reservations for locals in job opportunities. Notably, the agitating groups established this sub-committee following their meeting with the HPC on February 19, comprising prominent figures like Thupstan Chhewang, Chering Dorjay Lakrook, Nawang Rigzin Jora, Qamar Ali Akhoon, Asgar Ali Karbalai, and Sajjad Kargili, tasked with advancing dialogue with the Union Government.
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