Sajad Lone invites ‘all credible, talented’ to join PC
Welcomes Advocate Qadri; party hosts blood donation camp
Srinagar, Dec 7: Peoples Conference, Chairman, Sajad Lone on Wednesday invited “all credible and talented people to join his party if they aspire for change and reform”.
Lone was addressing a party meeting to welcome Advocate Syed Faisal Qadri who joined the party soon after a one-on-one meeting with the PC Chairman at the latter’s Sanat Nagar residence.
Welcoming Qadri, Lone said he was “humbled and encouraged by the trust reposed by young, educated and passionate young individuals like Qadri joining the party and being a part of its dream for Change and reform.”
He said it was time for educated and dedicated youngsters to take “charge of their destiny”.
“We as a nation desperately need people with talent and credibility to come forward and make a decisive shift out of cynicism and stagnation. We need to pool in our respective credibilities and talents into credible movement for change,” the PC head said.
Qadri a Father Agnel School, New Delhi alumni, who did his bachelors in Commerce from Delhi University and LLB from the University of Kashmir was hailed as “dynamic, honest and educated professional who has demonstrated extraordinary proficiency and commitment towards human rights and legal aid to the needy.”
Qadri is a National Director of the Human Rights Law Network and heads its operations in Kashmir besides being the State Coordinator for the Right to Information Meeting, the Disability and Law Meeting in addition to the Trafficking and Domestic Violence Act Meetings. He is the son of Professor S M Afzal Qadri, the former head of Law Faculty, KU.
Senior PC leader Rashid Mehmood, Party District President, Junaid Mattu, District Secretary Muhammad Ashraf Dar, Owais Qadri, Altaf Dar, Muhammad Idris Bhat, Owais Banday and Ali Muhammad Khan also welcomed their new colleague.
Meanwhile in connection with the ongoing Muharram, the party organised a blood donation camp at Alamgari Bazar. The camp was thrown open jointly by Rashid Mehmood and District president Junaid Mattu. The event was organised by Party Secretary Muhammad Ashraf Dar. Scores of youth donated blood which was later on handed over to the officials of SMHS hospital.
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