As in most things the EJAC has done, preparatory, solid research was emphasized.
After much discussion of the report's findings in the EJAC and later with chief and council, Elsipogtog formally adopted in 2009 the position, as suggested in the earlier SAP justice strategy, that the FN should begin discussions with the provincial government to secure a HWC as soon as possible (a formal "briefing note" document signed by the chief and the EJAC was sent to New Brunswick Justice officials in November 2009).
In January 2010 an all-day meeting was held in Elsipogtog where attendees included the Lieutenant Governor, the Minister of Justice, senior Justice administrative officials, the chief justice, local CJS role players, Elsipogtog political leadership, EJAC officials and others.
On October 23, six government employees including the EJAC
President were shifted to Kupwara and Baramulla sub-jails.
Wajahat Hussain said that the EJAC
President was in bad health for past several days but the authorities concerned were not bothered to get his medical check-up done.
The JKLF delegation included Advocate Bashir Ahmad Butt, Showkat Ahmad Bakhshi, Noor Mohammad Kalwal and Mohammad Yasin Butt while the EJAC
leaders who were present in the meeting were Abdul Qayoom Wani, Farooq Ahmad Trali, Fayaz Shabnum, Farooq Ahmad Khan, Shabbir Ahmad Langoo, Khurshid Ahmad Butt, Mohammad Lateef and others.
leader said that protests would be held in Srinagar, Jammu and Ladakh regions on March 13, adding, After that, we will sit and chalk out future strategy.