NC has long been recognised with wishes and aspirations of JK people: Sagar

NC has long been recognised with wishes and aspirations of JK people: Sagar
File photo of JKNC senior leader Ali Sagar

Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference General Secretary Ali Muhammad Sagar on Monday said the Party is alive to the ‘predicaments suffered by the people of Jammu and Kashmir and will leave no stone unturned to raise them at all appropriate forums to get them addressed.’

According to a statement issued here, Sagar said this “while addressing various delegations who had called on him from various districts here at party headquarters Nawa-e-Subha, Srinagar. On the occasion scores of parent body, youth and women functionaries were also present. Addressing the delegations, Sagar said being representative of the people's aspirations, the party will raise the issues confronting the people at all forums for their mitigation. He said the party functionaries, Members of Parliament and DDCs are knocking every door to get the issues faced by the people redressed.”

“Our party has long been recognised with the wishes and aspirations of the people. Party’s achievements in terms of empowering people, laying the foundations of democracy, watering of secular ideals, and ushering in a balanced and well nuanced development in all the regions of Jammu and Kashmir is embedded in the collective memory of our people. It was NC that transformed the fate of people from that of abject poverty to that of opulence. Our leadership perpetuated the idea that people are the real source of power and the elected representatives are meant to serve the people. In every successive decade, the party donned different roles to protect and safeguard the interests of the people of J&K. Our pro poor, pro workers, pro agriculturalist, progressive ideology and our commitment to people first are what make us a durable and surviving party in the sub-continent. The people in every part of J&K, it goes without saying, are waiting with bated breath to see the return of a popular government, democratic set-up, empowerment of institutions and stability in the region,” he said.

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