ISLAMABAD - The consensus to conduct AJK general elections in the last week of June is likely to be reached in a crucial meeting today (Tuesday) that would be reportedly participated by all the stakeholders of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) politics, on the call of Kashmir Affairs Minister amid criticism from Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz). The AJK political pundits say that the todays meeting would reshape the AJK political scenario for the date of AJK elections which is likely to be finalised in todays deliberations that would be chaired by the Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan Mian Manzoor Ahmed Wattoo at his residence. Political sources told The Nation that AJK president, prime minister, chief secretary, chief election commissioner and top leaders of all the major political parties are expected in todays meet-up. Chaudhry Abdul Majeed and Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry from Pakistan Peoples Party AJK chapter, Shah Ghulam Qadir and Raja Farooq Haider from PML-N, Sardar Khalid Ibrahim from Jammu Kashmir Peoples Party (JKPP) and Abdul Rasheed Turabi from Jamaat-e-Islami would reportedly show up for the event. Ironically, the PML-N had strongly objected to the Tuesday meeting call at Wattoos residence but its top leaders are scheduled to attend the meeting. A top PML-N AJK leader, requesting anonymity, confirmed that Raja Farooq Haider and Shah Ghulam Qadir would attend Tuesdays meeting due to the reason that they supported the conduct of AJK general polls in the last week of June. Earlier, the PML-N had categorically opposed the conduct of political parties meeting at the residence and under the chair of an incumbent federal minister saying that any such move was tantamount to misuse of official powers for vested political motives in AJK by the ruling party. Senior AJK PML-N leader Sardar Sikandar Hayat Khan on Tuesday deplored that the AJK chief election commissioner and not the federal minister for KA&GB was mandated to call any such meeting. This is misuse of power on part of state to favour PPP candidates for this years general elections, he alleged. According to sources, the PPP AJK chapter wanted the general polls to be held in May this year. Last month, after deliberations with all the political parties, the elections date was unofficially decided to be May 25. In a related development, Mian Manzoor Ahmed Wattoo had told senior journalists in Lahore that the AJK polls would be held on the aforesaid month.