Boost public service activities: Altaf Bukhari

File Photo of Apni Party chief, Altaf Bukhari
File Photo of Apni Party chief, Altaf Bukhari

Srinagar:  Apni Party  President Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari on Thursday directed his district-level leaders and senior workers of the party to boost their public service.

According to a press note, he was addressing a party meeting in Anantnag. “Boost your public service activities in terms of helping people to get public issues and grievances resolved by the concerned authorities. To serve the people must be your key activity. People are in desperate need to get their grievances and problems resolved by the concerned official and your duty is to highlight the issues and grievances that people are facing in your respective area,” Bukhari said.

He added that unlike other political parties, Apni Party does not believe in deceptive politics. “We are committed to keep striving for the development of all regions of Jammu and Kashmir and the propriety of its people. Our job is to play a role to make Jammu and Kashmir a better place to live and ensure people, especially the youth get equal opportunities,”he said.

The press note said Apni Party held a district-level review meeting in Anantnag to assess the performance of the party cadre and chalk out the strategy to strengthen the party at the grass root level in the district.

The meeting was presided over by the party chief Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari, while Senior Vice President Ghulam Hassan Mir, General Secretary Rafi Ahmad Mir, Chief Coordinator Abdul Majeed Padder, Aditional General Secretary Hilal Ahmad Shah, District President Anantnag Abdul Rahim Rather, District Secretary Tariq Veeri, District President for Youth Wing Anantnag Anees-ul-Islam, Ch. Abdul Hameed, Imtiyaz Hussain, ST Wing leader Gul Mohd Kully, Salman Infas, and others were present in the meeting.

During the meeting, party leaders discussed several important party issues and chalked out a plan to strengthen the party further in the Anantnag district.

Related Stories

No stories found.
Greater Kashmir