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‘Third Front’ worries INDIA bloc constituents
3/20/2024 10:42:06 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 20: Notwithstanding the brave face presented by the constituents of the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) bloc in J&K, reports of the shaping of “Third Front” in the Union Territory added worries to these parties.
The political landscape of Jammu and Kashmir is undergoing a significant shift as three major players, the National Conference, the Peoples Democratic Party, and the Congress brace themselves for the emergence of a formidable “Third Front”.
Three prominent parties of J&K namely the Apni Party led by Sayeed Altaf Bukhari, the Democratic Progressive Azad Party (DPAP) headed by Ghulam Nabi Azad, and the Peoples’ Conference of Sajad Gani Lone are quietly working to give shape to the “Third Front” to challenge the dominance of NC, PDP and the Congress.
As the specter of upcoming Lok Sabha polls looms large, the formation of this “Third Front” sends tremors of apprehension through the established political bastions of the NC, PDP, and Congress.
The Apni Party, under the leadership of Altaf Bukhari, has extended a hand of cooperation to like-minded entities, sharing a common vision for the prosperity and well-being of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Echoing similar sentiments, the DPAP
Three prominent parties of J&K Apni Party, the Democratic Progressive Azad Party and the Peoples’ Conference are quietly working to give shape to the “Third Front”.
Emergence of “Third Front” has created ripples in the established political bastions of the NC, PDP, and Congress.
The Apni Party, the DPAP and the Peoples' Conference are emphasizing the need for a transformative political change.
led by former chief minister Ghulam Nabi Azad, swiftly embraced the idea of an alliance, emphasizing the need for a transformative political change resonating with the aspirations of the region's populace.
Similarly, the Peoples' Conference of Sajad Lone, seeks collaboration with compatible political forces to reshape the political narrative in the Kashmir Valley. Lone's nomination for the Baramulla parliamentary seat underscores their resolve to assert their presence.
Notably, the People's Conference has adopted a strategic approach, abstaining from contesting in the Jammu region to avoid dilution of votes. Their stance on the remaining two seats in the Kashmir region will be clarified in due course.
On February 26, the Peoples Conference officially declared Sajad Lone as their candidate for the Baramulla seat, signaling their intent to challenge the status quo. Imran Reza Ansari, the General Secretary of the Peoples' Conference, affirmed that decisions regarding the other two seats in the Kashmir region would be communicated shortly.
“Our focus remains on securing victory where we have a strong chance, while extending or seeking support from allied parties to counter the primary adversaries of the people of Jammu and Kashmir,” Ansari reiterated.
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