Srinagar: The ruling National Conference and opposition Peoples Democratic Party are holding party meetings at Jammu, the winter capital, on Saturday.
A spokesman of the ruling NC told Press Bureau of India that the 31-member Central Working Committee (CWC) meets at 1030 hours tomorrow at SK Bhawan Party Headquarters in Jammu, the winter capital of the state.
He said that the meeting will be presided over by Party President, Dr Farooq Abdullah and is scheduled to be attended by Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and other party senior leaders including cabinet ministers Abdul Rahim Rather, Ali Mohammad Sagar and Mian Altaf.
The meeting was earlier scheduled for February 15 and deferred due to the busy schedule of Farooq Abdullah, the minister for new and renewable energy in Manmohan Singh Administration in New Delhi.
Apart from threadbare discussions on ensuing Panchayat polls, the committee is schedule to discuss issues confronting the state.
The committee, sources said, is expected to formalize elaborate plan to prevent recapitulation of events that unfold for last three summers that claiming more than two hundred lives in Kashmir.
Yesterday the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah underscored that his government was making all efforts for preclusion of unrest.
The opposition PDP has also summoned all senior party leaders for the meeting at the winter capital to discuss the latest political situation in the state.
Former home minister of India and party patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and his daughter Mehbooba Mufti would address the meeting, likely to be attended by party MLAs, MLCs, senior leaders, district presidents and zonal presidents of Jammu province.