Jammu and Kashmir People's Conference

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Jammu and Kashmir People's Conference
AbbreviationJKPC
PresidentSajjad Gani Lone
Secretary-GeneralImran Raza Ansari
FounderAbdul Ghani Lone & Molvi Iftikhar Hussain Ansari
Founded1978
Seats in Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly
2 / 87
Election symbol
Apple
Website
www.jkpc.net

The Jammu & Kashmir People's Conference is a state political party in Jammu and Kashmir, India, founded by the separatist leader Abdul Ghani Lone and Molvi Iftikhar Hussain Ansari in 1978.[1][2] It is currently led by Sajjad Lone.[3] It won two seats in the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly in the 2014 elections.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Widmalm, Sten (November 1997), "The Rise and Fall of Democracy in Jammu and Kashmir", Asian Survey, 37 (11): 1005–1030, JSTOR 2645738
  2. ^ Puri, Balraj (30 May 1987), "Fundamentalism in Kashmir, Fragmentation in Jammu", Economic and Political Weekly, 22 (22): 835–837, JSTOR 4377036
  3. ^ Rekha Chowdhary, The Kashmir elections have reshaped the language and agenda of all parties, Quartz India, 23 December 2014

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