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Cong holds meeting to find ways for strengthening party
7/12/2020 10:36:18 PM

JAMMU, July 12: In order to overcome the imminent split in the party following the disbanding of District Congress Committee Kishtwar by the party High Command over alleged indiscipline and mismanagement, the Block Congress Committee (BCC) Kishtwar today took an initiative to get the organizational flock together by organizing a party meeting of the leaders and workers.
BCC Kishtwar president, Tariq Hussain Mintoo made strenuous efforts to bring the disgruntled party leaders on one platform who were complaining of getting sidelined by the top leadership. The meeting, wherein a large number of office bearers and workers of District Congress Committee, Kishtwar were present, took pledge to strengthen the party at grass root level.
Senior Congress leader Er Raj Kumar Badyal, Suraj Singh Parihar (BDC Chairman Drabshalla & Coordination Committee (CC) Member), Ghulam Mohammad (Block President Marwah and CC Member) Mohammad Iqbal Khandey (Block President Palmar) and others took part in the meeting.
In the meeting stress was laid upon chalking out a further road map for the functioning of Congress in Kishtwar so that the party base could be strengthened in the district.
Tariq Mintoo while expressing his views said that sincere efforts are needed to strengthen party in District Kishtwar, adding that all the workers of Congress party have expressed their willingness to work selflessly in this regard which would make the party a strong and vibrant force.
While addressing party workers, senior Congress leader Er Raj Kumar Badyal lauded the spirit of workers who firmly stand with the ideology of Congress Party in this tough time adding that arrogance and indiscipline had no space in the party.
After the meeting, Congress workers held a strong protest in front of office of Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar, against price hike in petroleum products and increasing prices of essential commodities.
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