Prominent political activists join NC

NC committed to end political instability in J&K: Rana
Prominent political activists join NC
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National Conference provincial president Devender Singh Rana on Sunday said that National Conference is committed to end the obtaining political instability in Jammu and Kashmir, saying that the people have made up their mind to call the bluff of divisive BJP and opportunistic PDP.

 "The BJP can no longer now enforce its exploitativeand divisive narrative as the political discourse will be set by the people,who have undergone most traumatic phase in the past few years", Rana said whilewelcoming a large number of people from different parts of the Jammu west andRaipur-Domana Assembly segments into the National Conference fold at a functionhere this morning.

Prominent among those who joined the party along with theirassociates included Sandeep Singh Chib, Sardar Manpreet Singh, Havaldar(retired) Ram Dass, Jagdish Kumar, Harish Manohar and others.

Those present on the occasion included district presidentJammu urban, Dharamveer Singh Jamwal, Ashok Singh Manhas, Sardar Sucha Singh,Shabir Sambyal and others.

The provincial president and the other senior leadersprofusely garlanded the new entrants and greeted them on joining NationalConference, the only destination for public spirited political activists, whowant to serve the people and the State.

Rana said joining of cross section of people into theNational Conference reflects their trust in the party that has all alongremained in the forefront for welfare and dignity of all, irrespective ofcaste, creed, region and religion. He exuded confidence that the new entrantswill play their important role in leading the state towards peace, tranquilityand prosperity.

Later, the NC provincial president undertook extensive tourof the Nagrota Assembly constituency, held road side public meetings atTalilehar, Surinsar, Badga, Sagoon and Chilla and exhorted the people to comeforward in a big way for voting in the parliamentary elections and ensurevictory of the Congress candidate Raman Bhalla with huge margin.

He said support to Bhalla will be vote for National Conferenceleadership, which has taken a conscious decision of supporting the Congress todefeat forces, which believe in communal and hate politics.

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