CM chairs NC-Congress legislature party meet
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 11: The National Conference-Congress Legislature Party which met under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah here on Sunday expressed deep sorrow over the unfortunate happenings in the recent past in the state and expressed sincere anguish and grief over the loss of life and property, an official spokesman said.
He said the meeting reviewed prevailing situation in the valley and passed various resolutions aimed at bringing peace and order back to the disturbed areas.
A resolution passed in the meeting expressed sympathies with the bereaved families. “We are deeply pained at the unfortunate happenings and sincerely express our anguish and grief over the loss of life and property in these incidents – our whole hearted sympathies are with the bereaved families. The government has decided to provide all possible help and relief to such aggrieved families”.
The meeting appreciated the steps taken by the Government for restoring peace in the state. A resolution passed in this regard states: “We appreciate the steps taken by the Government, in its sincere desire to restore peace in the State with the firm conviction of holding and protecting the rights of the people and causing minimum inevitable inconvenience to the public at large.”
The meeting in another resolution appealed to the people to extend fullest cooperation for restoration of peace and normalcy irrespective of their political affiliations. The resolution passed in this regard states: “We make a fervent and sincere appeal to all right thinking people irrespective of their political affiliations and ideologies to come forward at this crucial juncture and extend their active and positive support, and full cooperation in restoring peace and tranquility in the state for the larger good and in the best interests of the masses which is a sine-qua-non to the resolution of the issues and problems confronting them. It is our firm belief that such a support and cooperation shall go a long way in protecting the life and property of the people at large and restoring peace in the State”.
It was also resolved that the “Government will put in place an appropriate mechanism to address the grievances and problems of the people in a more vibrant systematic, regular and time bound manner which will be viewed and reviewed from time to time”.
At the end the National Conference - Congress legislature party unanimously passed a resolution expressing full faith and confidence in the leadership of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.
The meeting was attended by the National Conference president Dr Farooq Abdullah, president JK Pradesh Congress Committee and Chairman of the National Conference – Congress Coordination Committee Prof Saif-ud-Din Soz, all members of the council of Ministers and all NC legislators.
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