Jammu Kashmir Peoples Party

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Jammu Kashmir Peoples Party
Founder Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan
President Sardar Khalid Ibrahim Khan
Secretary General Nishaat Kazmi
Chief Organizer Dr. Sardar Mohammed Kalim Khan
Slogan Nothing But Truth
Founded July 19, 1990 (1990-07-19)
Headquarters Islamabad, Pakistan
Student wing Jammu Kashmir Peoples Student Organization (JKPSO)
Youth wing Jammu Kashmir Peoples Youth Council (JKPYC)
Colors Green, White and Red
Election symbol
Sword
Politics of Pakistan
Political parties
Elections

Jammu Kashmir Peoples Party (JKPP) is a political party of the self-governing state, Azad Kashmir located in Pakistan administered Kashmir. The main center of politics of JKPP is Azad Kashmir (Including Gilgit and Baltistan).

Founding[edit]

Jammu Kashmir Peoples Party was formed on 19 July 1990, after observing the changes in political situation of Azad Kashmir, by politicians of same school of thought, under the supervision of the founder of Azad Kashmir, Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan. Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim khan was founder of Azad Kashmir. In 1947 he lead the war of independence against Dogra rule to won Independence. The purpose of JKPP's formation was to provide a platform to the people, through which they can struggle for the Independence and betterment of the society.

First Convention[edit]

The First Convention of Jammu Kashmir Peoples Party was held in Islamabad on 9 December 1992. Keeping the Democratic principles in mind, The Central Council of 200 members elected the first President of the party. Since then, the party officially started its working.

2005 Earthquake[edit]

For Pakistanis, the earthquake of October 8, 2005 became a symbol of sympathy and assistance to others in their misery and sorrow. The government agencies were unable to handle this disaster, which was too massive for any single government or agency to tackle alone. It was the participation of the people, en masse, which enabled the government and all its wings to bear the heavy burden. For Pakistanis, the earthquake of October 8, 2005 became a symbol of sympathy and assistance to others in their misery and sorrow. The government agencies were unable to handle this disaster, which was too massive for any single government or agency to tackle alone. It was the participation of the people, en masse, which enabled the government and all its wings to bear the heavy burden.Jammu Kashmir Peoples Party, other social, political and religious personalities and organisations who contributed for earthquake victims.

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