National conference has yet to say whether it will join the demarcation exercise |  India News

SRINAGAR: The National Conference (NC) has yet to announce its decision to participate in the demarcation exercise in Jammu and Kashmir.
An NC leader, who did not want to be named, said on July 3 that the party had held several internal roundtables on the issue. “The NC President [Farooq Abdullah] will most likely take the last call on the subject tomorrow [July 4]. He can then announce the decision himself, ”he said. The NC president has not yet made an announcement.
The majority of NC leaders have expressed their willingness to join the exercise, claiming the party’s proposals will help the commission produce an “unbiased report,” party sources said. Sources said NC directed party workers to submit their requests to attend the gathering with the district returning officer.
The Demarcation Commission will be on a four-day visit to J&K July 6-9 to connect with political parties, their leaders and government officials to gather first-hand information on the ongoing process of redesigning constituency boundaries. Simultaneous meetings will take place on July 6th in Jammu and Kashmir. The APNI party of Altaf Bukhari and the people conference of Sajjad Lone have already accepted the invitation. Congress announced its decision to join the deliberation on Sunday.
( With inputs from agencies)