NC demands opening of more routes along LoC
Kamaal calls for reactivating cadres
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Oct 17: The ruling National Conference has demanded opening of more routes along the Line of Control (LoC) and Indo-Pak border in Jammu region to facilitate trade and travel across the border.
“Party stands by its resolve to get all the traditional trade routes along the LoC and International Border reopened,” stated a resolution passed by NC here.
The party urged the central government to come to the rescue of the state government to address the growing demand of employment both in government and private sector.
Earlier the party leaders and workers accorded a warm welcome to newly appointed Chief Spokesman and Additional General Secretary of the party Dr Mustafa Kamal on his maiden visit to Jammu after assuming the charge.
This was followed by a meeting of senior party functionaries.
Dr Kamaal stressed for urgent need to activate and reactivate the grassroots workers for strengthening party’s base across Jammu region.
“There is an urgent need to activate and reactivate our grassroots workers as they are backbone of the organization,” Dr Kamal said while addressing the party leaders and workers.
He said the Panchayat elections held earlier this year were demonstration of the peoples’ will across the state, as they “Withstood the fear and pressure of separatists who had given a poll boycott call.”
“We have to summon a similar spirit among ourselves and our party cadres,” said Dr Kamaal, adding: “There is no other option but to activate the party cadres. We must have people elected to the organizational posts and not through nominations.”
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