Panchayats will ensure JK's dev: Saloora
SRINAGAR, May 20: National Conference leader and provincial secretary Sheikh Ghulam Ahmad Saloora on Sunday said that Panchayat Raj system has paved way for development of the State.
Saloora was addressing workers at party headquarters, after number of Sarpanchs and Panchs of PDP joined the party
“Chief Minister Omar Abdullah deserves all the praise for empowering Panchayats in the State. This has helped to start a new era of development in rural areas,” Saloora said in a statement.
“Powers have also been transferred to the Panchayats and it is now the responsibility of the Sarpanchs and Panchs to ensure that governance reaches at grassroots level,” Saloora added.
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