Jammu & Kashmir National Conference (JKNC)
Abbreviation JKNC
Leader Farooq Abdullah
Founder Sheikh Abdullah and Chaudhry Ghulam Abbas
Founded 15 October 1932
Headquarters Mujahid Manzil Srinagar, Nawa-i-Subh Complex Zero Bridge Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir
Student wing National Conference Students Union
Youth wing Youth National Conference
ECI Status State Party
Ideology Moderate separatism
Pro-India
Re-unification of Kashmir
Official Website http://www.jknc.in/
Merger of All Jammu and Kashmir Plebiscite Front
Split from All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference
Seats in Lok Sabha 0 / 545
Seats in Rajya Sabha 0 / 245
Election Symbol JKNC
Helpline +(91) (194) 2452326 (Kashmir), +(91) (0191) 2578010 (Jammu)
Email id [email protected]
Chairperson Farooq Abdullah

Sheikh Abdullah founded the All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference, in collaboration with Mir Waiz Yousuf Shah and Chaudhry Ghulam Abbas. On 11 June 1939 it was renamed as the All Jammu and Kashmir National Conference. The National Conference was affiliated to the All India States Peoples Conference. Sheikh Abdullah was elected its president in 1947. In 1946, the National Conference launched an intensive agitation against the state government. It was directed against the Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir Hari Singh. The slogan of the agitation was “Quit Kashmir”.

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JKNC Achievements

Jammu & Kashmir National Conference has continually worked for the restoration of internal peace between the different factions within the state. It strongly objects the formation of any barrier between the two halves of the state of J&K. The JKNC is in complete support of attaining a lasting negotiation to solve the problems between India, Pakistan and the State of J&K, making all the three regions equally competent in progress and development. Sheikh Abdullah had initiated the policy of single-line administration in the state. This concept was people-centric, involving people in the day to day administration of the state, and take the government to the people, and not the people to the government. To maintain its secular identity, the JKNC has implemented policies and schemes for the Kashmiri pundits as well the maulvis. It has built colleges and universities for women and reserved categories of the population, thereby paying attention to the issues of minority rights.

JKNC Candidate List

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