LC polls: Fazal Khan withdraws papers
To support Ganai , Bhagat
Jammu Nov18: Fazal Hussain Khan, Chairman All J&K Sarpanch & Panches Association, who had filed his nomination from J-1 constituency for J&K Legislative Council elections Sunday assured support of all the members, sarpanchs and panchs to Dr. Shenaz Ganai and Sham Lal Bhagat.
“He (Fazal) assured the National Conference leadership that he will go all out to canvass and gather support for the coalition candidates,” NC spokesperson said in a statement issued here today.
Rattan Lal Gupta, Provincial President J&K National Conference, Jammu province, Devender Singh Rana, Political Advisor to the Chief Minister, Bashir Ahmed Wani, Dr. Shenaz Ganai, Wali Dad and other Sarpanchs were also present on the occasion.
Gupta welcomed the decision of Fazal Hussain Khan and said that the decision will further strengthen the two coalition candidates contesting from J-1 and J-2 who are getting “overwhelming response” from across Jammu province.
Dr. Shenaz Ganai National Conference candidate from J-2 seat thanked Fazal Hussain Khan for this decision and appealed to all panches and sarpanches of Jammu province to support her.
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