Machiavellian politics of PDP and BJP exposed: Sagar

The meeting also reviewed preparations for the forthcoming 3rd death anniversary of party stalwart Sheikh Nazir Ahmad.

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Srinagar, Publish Date: Feb 23 2018 12:32AM | Updated Date: Feb 23 2018 12:32AM
Machiavellian politics of PDP and BJP exposed: SagarPhoto: Aman Farooq/GK

National Conference on Thursday held a high-level meeting of senior functionaries from Kashmir Province and reviewed the progress of forthcoming programs to be held at central, district and block levels of the province.

According to party statement, the meeting was chaired by NC General Secretary Haji Ali Muhammad Sagar and attended by Provincial President Nasir Aslam Wani, Zone in charges Mohammad Akbar Lone, Ali Mohammad Dar, Provincial President Women’s Wing Shamima Firdous, District Presidents Peer Afaq Ahmad, Sheikh Ishfaq Jabbar, Ab Majeed Bhat, Dr Mohammad Shafi, Gh Mohiuddin Mir, GR Naaz, Political Secretary to Working President Tanvir Sadiq, Provincial Vice President Mushtaq Guroo, Provincial Secretary Advocate Showkat Ahmed Mir, Constituency Incharges Irfan Shah, Riyaz Khan, Imran Nabi Dar, District Secretaries, Provincial Joint Secretary Ghulam Nabi Bhat. YNC Provincial Secretary Mudassir Shahmiri, YNC VP Ahsan Pardesi, Women’s Wing Secretary Sabiya Qadri and other office bearers. 

The meeting unanimously appreciated the clear and vocal stand taken by party legislators on various issues in the recently concluded Assembly session. “Conspiracies are being hatched to weaken the secular fabric of our state but people, irrespective of religion or region have unanimously rejected the evil forces who are hell bent to spread communal fire in the area. The machiavellian politics of PDP and BJP stand exposed in front of the people,” the NC General Secretary said.

The party legislators and functionaries were asked to initiate mass outreach programs in their respective areas and continue to highlight public grievances and issues. NC General Secretary asked the party legislators and leaders to ensure that they are accessible to everyone. Addressing the meeting he said, “Its our duty as public representatives to ensure that we are accessible to people. In this regard constituency level conventions will be held all across the province to highlight the problems faced by people in present times. Apart from taking stock of party activities and programs in the area, the conventions will also deliberate on current issues and challenges being faced by the State. The basic idea is to evolve new strategies and initiatives to further strengthen the party at the grassroots level.”

NC Provincial President Nasir Aslam Wani in his address lamented the present dispensation for spreading lies and making false promises with the youth of state. He said that its only National Conference that has and will play the role of a constructive mainstream political party with utmost responsibility bearing in mind the states unique character and identity.

“We will continue to be a votary of peace, empowerment and prosperity in the State. This is a crucial time for the State and our party is the only political force that can safeguard State’s interests and provide an alternative vision to help the State come out of the present morass and hopelessness that we are witnessing”, the NC Provincial President said.

The meeting also reviewed preparations for the forthcoming 3rd death anniversary of party stalwart Sheikh Nazir Ahmad.

 

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