Erigeron acer var. multicaulis

Erigeron acer var. multicaulis (Wall. ex DC.) C. B. Clarke, Comp. Ind. 53 (1876), 'delta E. multicaule Wall?. Kitam. & Gould in H. Hara et al., Enum. Flow. Pl. Nep. 3: 26 (1982). (Syn: Erigeron alpinus var. multicaulis (Wall. ex DC.) Hook. f.; Erigeron multicaulis Wall. ex DC.);

Jammu & Kashmir (Kashmir, Poonch), India (Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh), Pakistan (Waziristan, Kurram, Dir, Chitral, Swat, Hazara, Murree), Pakistani Kashmir (Gilgit, Baltistan), Nepal, Bhutan as per Catalogue of Life;

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Erigeron acer var. multicaulis (Wall. ex DC.) C. B. Clarke
Perennial herb up to 60 cm tall, hairy or pubescent; lower leaves stalked, oblong; cauline leaves lanceolatem narrowed to sessile base; heads long stalked, 10-14 mm across, in corymbose panicles; involucre bracts linear, pointed; ray pale purple, exceeding pappus; achenes hairy.
Photographed from Kashmir
Erigeron sp.?ABMAY2019/04 : 3 posts by 2 authors. 13 correct images.
This plant is in flower here now. I have photographed the habit (not taller than 25cm usually), the flowers (10-15mm), leaves, stalk, and the achenes. I am not sure where to place it. I thought of Erigeron acer var. multicaulis but I am not sure. Please advise.
Above Mcleodganj,
1850m approx.
May 2019

Yes, I agree with you as per images, details and references at Erigeron acer var. multicaulis
You may also check specimens at GBIF  

9825 and 9828 are from different species.