National Conference symbolizes selfless service: Rana

Chairs Marathon Meeting Of District Committees

Jammu, Jan 24: Provincial President of National Conference Devender Singh Rana on Thursday said that National Conference workers have always rendered “sincere and selfless” public service and achieving power has never remained their goal.  Chairing a marathon meeting of district working committees of Poonch and Rajouri at party headquarters here Rana said: “National Conference has been the fortress of people of Jammu and Kashmir all along working and struggling for their rights and honour. Peace, progress and equitable development of all regions, sub-regions of the state and holistic welfare of people has remained the buzzword of political agenda of the party.”
“This party has all along struggled and contributed for the solidarity and integrity of the state along with inculcation of nationalism in the people. The historic role of NC for strengthening the pluralistic ethos and nurturing brotherhood among all sections of the society is a glaring one and looms large on the political spectrum of Jammu and Kashmir,” he added.
“We have always stood like monolith against communalism, casteism and regionalism and would continue to work for unity and prosperity of the people of the state irrespective of any consideration”, he said. Rana said that the high principles laid down by the founder father of National Conference and towering leader of Jammu and Kashmir late Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah for building peaceful and modern Jammu and Kashmir are guiding force for the party to seek inclusive development in the state.
“It is the time for the youth to learn a lesson from the history and come forward to strengthen National Conference so that a classless society with peace and prosperity its only target is achieved under the banner of JK National Conference representing the aspirations of people,”  he added.
Rana said the path breaking development initiatives and good governance and transparency taken by Omar Abdullah government are historic. “Let us all together take the message of the Omar Abdullah led coalition government to the grass root and make people aware about the great initiatives taken by the state coalition government under the leadership of Omar Abdullah”, he said. The NC Provincial President said these initiatives would transform the socio-economic condition of the state besides seeking peaceful addressing of all the political issues of Jammu and Kashmir in a peaceful manner in accordance with the aspirations of all sections of the society.
The meetings were also addressed by Ex-MPs Mirza Abdul Rashid, Ch. Talib Hussain besides legislators, ex-legislators, Provincial President Women Wing, contested candidates, district presidents, block presidents and other prominent office bearers of the districts.

Lastupdate on : Thu, 24 Jan 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Thu, 24 Jan 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Fri, 25 Jan 2013 00:00:00 IST

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