JKNPP for separate Assemblies for Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh

Jammu: Jammu & Kashmir National Panthers Party has advocated for reorganisation of the state on basis of cultural, linguistic and geographical identity to strengthen its federal structure, and setting up of three separate Assemblies for Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh regions.
“We stand for strengthening the federal structure of Jammu and Kashmir by reorganising the state on the basis of cultural, linguistic and geographical identity… so that every region grows on the foundation of its culture and history,” JKNPP chief Bhim Singh said while releasing the party’s manifesto for the 2014 Lok Sabha polls here today.
“There shall be a federal state of Jammu and Kashmir with three provincial Assemblies for each region so that each region may enjoy absolute political power to ensure its development,” he said.
The party also sought referendum in Gilgit-Baltistan region and Pakistan-administered Kashmir so that the residents of these areas could make their final choice whether they would like to stay under the “occupation” of Pakistani Army.