JKLF finalises its constitution
5 April 2003
News Network International
SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) has finalised its constitution. 'The JKLF legislative body, according to its constitution, would comprise 45 members of supreme council which would have 22 members from Indian 'occupied' Jammu and Kashmir, 13 from Pakistan administered areas, four from America and Canada, five from Britain and Europe and one from Middle East', said a spokesman of the JKLF. The JKLF, at its high level meeting held at its central office under the chairmanship of Muhammad Yaseen Malik, endorsed and confirmed the decision of the constitution committee headed by Dr Farooq Hyder framed sometime ago at a meeting, attended by representatives of every zone, in Washington under the presidentship of Malik during his visit to America. The committee approved the constitution after it was finalised, Greater Kashmir reported. The process of preparation of constitution had been going for a long time during which the constitution committee under the chairmanship of Dr Farooq Hyder held consultations every zone to prepare manuscript. 'It is incumbent upon every member of JKLF to abide by and uphold the constitution', said the spokesman.