Srinagar: The Opposition party, National Conference (NC), in Jammu and Kashmir will hold its Delegates Session after 16 years on October 29 in Srinagar, Outlook reported on Thursday.
According to party leaders, around 20,000 delegates representing different regions of the state are likely to participate in the session, which will be held at the Sheri Kashmir Cricket stadium, Srinagar.
“We have already got permission from the deputy commissioner Srinagar to have the session at the stadium”, Tanvir Sadiq, political secretary to National Conference working president Omar Abdullah, said.
The party would discuss the present situation in the state. When the last delegates session was held in 2002, the party had 57 members in the 87 member Legislative Assembly of the state. Later, when in October-November 2002, the elections were held in Jammu and Kashmir, the party’s won 28 seats. At present, the party has only 15 members in the assembly.