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Differences crop up in Ladakh groups over boycotting polls
3/23/2024 11:11:15 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 23: Differences cropped up among agitating Ladakhi leaders over boycotting the Lok Sabha elections. Despite efforts of some forces to convince the agitating leaders to announce a boycott of the parliamentary elections some visionary leaders opposed this idea as this action will send a wrong message.
In the meeting on Wednesday, agitating groups seriously deliberated about boycotting the forthcoming election for the lone Lok Sabha seat of the cold desert as a mark of protest against the decision of the Union Government to reject their demands.
Leaders of the Leh Apex Body (LAB) and Kargil Democratic Alliance (KDA) attended the meeting to discuss the possibility of boycotting the upcoming Lok Sabha election in protest against the Union Government's dismissal of their demands.
Held in Leh, the meeting attracted senior members from LAB and KDA, with representatives from Kargil and Leh scrutinizing the option of abstaining from the elections to voice their discontent over the Centre's perceived neglect of their dem
Differences have cropped up among agitating Ladakhi leaders over boycotting the Lok Sabha elections.
Visionary leaders are opposing the idea of boycott as this action will send the wrong message.
Opinions were split among the leaders regarding the feasibility of boycotting the parliamentary elections in Ladakh.
It was unanimously agreed to convene a meeting to finalize the decision on boycotting the elections.
nds for statehood and inclusion in the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution.
During the two-hour session, opinions were split among the leaders regarding the feasibility of boycotting the parliamentary elections in Ladakh. While some leaders opposed the idea, suggesting instead the nomination of a joint candidate to challenge the BJP for the Ladakh seat, consensus remained elusive. Consequently, it was unanimously agreed to convene another meeting to finalize the decision on boycotting the elections.
With the Ladakh Lok Sabha seat notification scheduled for April 26 and the deadline for nomination papers on May 3, followed by polling on May 20, the groups resolved to escalate their ongoing agitation to convey a resolute message to the BJP-led government.
In a show of solidarity with activist-educator Sonam Wangchuk, all KDA members will commence a hunger strike on March 24, concluding on March 26 to coincide with Wangchuk's 21-day fast completion. Both organizations are planning massive protest rallies in Leh and Kargil towns on the same day.
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