Govt has initiated era of development: Kamal
NC To Hold Conventions Across JK
Srinagar, May 23: Stating that Omar Abdullah-led government has initiated an era of development, National Conference (NC) Additional General Secretary Dr Mustafa Kamal has said that government is committed to resolve all the problems of the people on priority.
Addressing a party convention at Beerwah, Kamal said that various initiatives taken by Omar Abdullah for the welfare and betterment of weaker sections are showing results and should be appreciated.
Stressing on the workers to strengthen the party at the grass root level, Kamal said that such conventions will be organized in every district so that people will know the outstanding work the Omar Abdullah government is doing.
While enumerating the steps taken by the Chief Minister, Dr Kamal said that Panchayat Raj, Right to Information Act (RTI), Accountability Commission, Sher-e-Kashmir employment and welfare programme for unemployed youths and Public Service Guarantee Act are among the few major decisions initiated. He said that these initiatives are showing results.
He asserted that basic purpose of these initiatives is to make the system more transparent and that speedy justice is provided to people.
Kamal said that the roadmap provided by Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah is the best possible way to resolve the Kashmir issue. “Once the roadmap is implemented in true spirit, all the outstanding issues would get resolved,” he said.
On the occasion, National Conference leader and R&B Minister Javid Ahmad Dar assured the people that all the roads and links will be taken up for repairs immediately. He said the government is committed to ensure that state is developed in every way. He also asked the party workers that they should support the Omar Abdullah-led coalition government and work for the strengthening of the party.
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