NC to launch mass contact prog

Party Workers’ Honour, Dignity Will Be Upheld: Rana

Jammu, Jan 21: J&K National Conference Monday said it will launch a mass contact programme to reach out to the grassroots across the province and “take the message of Omar Abdullah and his coalition government to the last mile.”
 A party spokesman said this was decided in meetings of  District Working Committee of District Jammu Rural ‘A’, Jammu Rural ‘B’ and Samba held under the chairmanship of Devender Singh Rana, Provincial President J&K National Conference for Jammu province.
 The meetings were also attended by Minister for Planning and Development, Labour & Employment Ajay Sadhotra , Senior Vice President Surjit Singh Slathia, Vice Presidents, Rattan Lal Gupta, Peer Mushtaq Ahmed Bukhari,  Central Secretaries Abdul Gani Malik and Kr. Rachpal Singh, besides District Presidents, Block Presidents and members of District working committees.
 Rana said a comprehensive mass contact programme will be drawn up to reach out to every nook and corner of the province and the party structure will be geared up. He asked the party workers to get ready for the 2014 polls.
 Rana said that mission 2014 as decided by the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah is a mission of each and every National Conference worker and “everyone of us has to ensure success of the party in 2014 elections so that  Omar Abdullah’s vision for Jammu and Kashmir is translated into reality.”
 Rana said the state coalition government has “taken historic initiatives particularly holding of Panchayat elections after three decades, promulgation of Public Service Guarantee Act, setting up of effective RTI Commission, revival of the State Accountability Commission, setting up of new degree colleges, polytechnics and ITIs, launching of SKWEPY for the unemployed youth besides accelerated pace of development across the state.”
 He said time has come that “all of us together take the message of the Omar Abdullah led coalition government to the grassroots and make people aware about the great initiatives taken by the state coalition government under the leadership of Omar Abdullah.”

Lastupdate on : Mon, 21 Jan 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 21 Jan 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Tue, 22 Jan 2013 00:00:00 IST




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