Last week, CWC, the top decision-making body of the party, passed a resolution saying no government can hamper the status of J&K.
"No government has the power to change its status or divide it or reduce any part of it to a Union Territory," the resolution read.
Earlier, Rahul said things are "going very wrong there"
"Things are going very wrong there. There are reports of violence, of people dying. We stopped deliberation on our meeting to conduct a presentation on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir," Rahul had said on Saturday when CWC meeting was briefly stopped.
Separately, Malik claimed situation was better than expected
On a related note, Malik told News18 the situation on the ground was far better than he expected. He said for the past 70 years, people were misguided as Article 370 didn't benefit anyone.
Earlier, he said there was no communal angle to this move.
On allegations of the Valley being turned into a "concentration camp", Malik said people should first understand its meaning.