Jammu and Kashmir People's Conference

political party in India

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Jammu and Kashmir People's Conference
PresidentSajjad Gani Lone
SecretaryImran Raza Ansari
FounderAbdul Ghani Lone
IdeologyAutonomy of Jammu & Kashmir
AllianceNDA (2016-2018), PAGD (2020-2021)[1]
Seats in Lok Sabha0
Seats in Rajya Sabha0
Seats in Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly
0 / 90
Seats in District Development Council
8 / 280
Election symbol
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The Jammu and Kashmir People's Conference is a political party in Jammu and Kashmir, India, founded by Abdul Ghani Lone and Molvi Iftikhar Hussain Ansari in 1978.[2][3] It is currently led by Sajjad Lone.[4] It won two seats in the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly in the 2014 elections.

See also


  1. ^ https://www.republicworld.com/india-news/politics/sajad-lones-jkpc-pulls-out-of-pagd-flags-fielding-of-proxy-candidates-in-ddc-polls.html
  2. ^ Widmalm, Sten (November 1997), "The Rise and Fall of Democracy in Jammu and Kashmir", Asian Survey, 37 (11): 1005–1030, doi:10.1525/as.1997.37.11.01p02937, JSTOR 2645738
  3. ^ Puri, Balraj (30 May 1987), "Fundamentalism in Kashmir, Fragmentation in Jammu", Economic and Political Weekly, 22 (22): 835–837, JSTOR 4377036
  4. ^ Rekha Chowdhary, The Kashmir elections have reshaped the language and agenda of all parties, Quartz India, 23 December 2014
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