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Altaf Bukhari is in the spotlight after his Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party won the elections to the chairmanship of the District Development Councils (DDCs) in Srinagar and Shopian.

APNI party likely to dominate DDCs in kashmir, while councils will be headed by BJP in Jammu division in J&K

Jammu & Kashmir: Apni Party candidate Aftab Malik elected as Chairperson of DDC, Srinagar; CPI-M's M Afzal Parrey elected as Chairperson of DDC, Kulgam.

The Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party led by former Finance Minister Altaf Bukhari has won the elections to the post of chairperson of two of the three District Development Councils in polls held on Saturday, officials said.

Jammu & Kashmir: Apni Party candidate Aftab Malik elected as Chairperson of DDC, Srinagar; CPI-M's M Afzal Parrey elected as Chairperson of DDC, Kulgam.

A number of other political leaders from J&K also hailed the move, including Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party (JKAP) chief Altaf Bukhari#JammuAndKashmir  #OmarAbdullah  #4GInternet 

Apni Party president Altaf Bukhari on January 25 called on PM #NarendraModi  in New Delhi and placed a number of demands, including the restoration of statehood to the Union Territory of J&K, before him.

Senior leader of J&K Apni Party Zulfkar Chowdhary, public delegation call on J&K LG @manojsinhabjp  ; hails UT Government for initiating the implementation of Forest Rights Act.

The PDP leader was apparently referring to reports in certain sections of media which claimed that some PAGD leaders were holding secret meetings with senior BJP leaders and Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party founder Altaf Bukhari.

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Jammu and Kashmir DDC elections tally at 9.30 am: BJP- 74 National Conference - 67 Independent - 49 J&K PDP: 27 Congress: 26 Apni Party: 12 (Data source: J&K State Election Authority)

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Jammu and Kashmir DDC elections tally at 4.30 pm: BJP- 75 National Conference - 67 Independent - 50 J&K PDP: 27 Congress: 26 Apni Party: 12 (Data source: J&K State Election Authority)

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#DDCElection results: Out of 140 constituencies in Jammu division, BJP is leading at 24 seats, Congress at 4, National Conference at 7, Apni Party at 2, Independents at 3, & Panthers Party at one constituency, according to J&K State Election Authority

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party (JKAP) President Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari met Lt Governor GC Murmu, earlier today. Bukhari says, "Raised several issues including restoration of statehood, the release of political detainees tourism & withdrawal of FIRs against youths."

Interacted with a delegation led by Shri Altaf Bukhari from Jammu and Kashmir’s Apni Party. We had extensive deliberations on issues relating to the development of J&K as well as other good governance related topics.

Delhi: Home Minister Amit Shah is chairing a meeting with a delegation from Jammu & Kashmir’s Apni Party led by Altaf Bukhari, at the Ministry of Home Affairs. Home Secretary AK Bhalla and other senior officers present.

A.S. Dulat told The Wire the newly formed Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party of Altaf Bukhari is a ‘King’s Party’. He said it can never replace the emotional hold of the National Conference on the Kashmiri people.

#WATCH Altaf Bukhari, Jammu & Kashmir Apni party, when asked foreign media had reported that Article 370 abrogation will cause violence but nothing happened: 1st of all, I'll give credit to people who didn't choose to come on the road. Secondly, credit definitely to the planners.

Altaf Bukhari,Jammu & Kashmir Apni party Pres,on meeting with PM: PM said no demographic change will be done. He's a man of commitment. His heart beats for people of J&K. He understands what people of J&K want. He appreciated when we said we want same laws as rest of the country.

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Former J&K Min Syed Altaf Bukhari at launch of Apni Party in Srinagar:This party is not floated by a family&there will be total restriction that anybody who becomes President of party cannot be elected more than 2 times. It is by the commoners,for the commoners, of the commoners.

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