Srinagar: Chairman of Democratic Azad Party (DAP) , Ghulam Nabi Azad , on Sunday alleged that the three shift work culture, which had started during his tenure as chief minister, in Jammu and Kashmir was put to an end by successive government here after 2008.
According to a press note, he was addressing various deputations of people in Doda. “I have come and launched DAP to start a developmental era once again so that all the problems being faced by the people of Jammu and Kashmir in general and the far flung rural areas in particular are solved,” Azad said.
The pres note said that the public meeting which was schedule to be addressed today at Banjwa was cancelled due to heavy rains. However, the deputations from various blocks of Doda met Azad and apprised him of their problems. They highlighted problems in health, education, agriculture and other sectors.