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Drabu turns down nomination to PDP PAC

Monday, September 10, 2018

Srinagar: Rejecting PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti's attempt to mend strained relations, former minister Haseeb Drabu turned down his nomination to the party's Political Affairs Committee (PAC), saying it  "lacks authority" and its reorganisation appeared to "an appeasement than atonement".

Mufti had nominated Friday the former Jammu and Kashmir minister to the party's highest decision-making body along with another senior leader and former minister Altaf Bukhari. He was first inducted into the PAC by then PDP patron and former chief minister Mufti Muhammad Sayeed after he joined the party in 2014.

Drabu said he was "pleasantly surprised" to read, first on social media and then print media, that he was nominated to the party's PAC.

Drabu said he knew the value and significance of being a PAC member, especially at a time when the state was "going through a phase of exceptional political chaos and social crisis" and the party was confronted with serious challenges both from within and outside.

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