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Ajaz Jan urges people to sustain momentum, extend support in upcoming Assembly elections
6/19/2024 9:58:30 PM
Early Times Report
POONCH, June 19: Ajaz Jan, Provincial President of the J&K National Conference Youth and former Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA), today addressed a large gathering at a workers meeting held in Mandi Tehsil HQ workers from Loran, and Sathra, And Sawijan Attended the meeting
In his speech, Ajaz Jan expressed his heartfelt gratitude to the people for their unwavering support to the National Conference in the recently concluded Lok Sabha polls. He acknowledged the community's dedication and the pivotal role they played in ensuring the party's electoral success, emphasizing that their continued support is crucial for the future endeavors of the National Conference.
The meeting also focused on several significant local issues, reflecting the community's urgent needs and aspirations. A key resolution was passed during the gathering, addressing the dilapidated condition of the roads in the region. The resolution demanded immediate repairs to improve connectivity and ensure safer travel for the residents.
Ajaz Jan stressed the importance of infrastructure development, highlighting that well-maintained roads are vital for economic growth and daily convenience. Additionally, the resolution called for adequate compensation for individuals whose homes were damaged during the recent floods. He pointed out the severe impact of natural disasters on the livelihoods of many families and urged the authorities to expedite the compensation process to help them rebuild their lives.
Another critical issue raised was the execution of the State plan. He voiced the community's concerns that the current State plan is not being implemented in a manner that aligns with the people's aspirations.
The senior NC leader called for a more participatory approach in planning and execution, ensuring that the developmental projects meet the genuine needs of the local population.
Ajaz Jan urged the people to sustain the momentum gained from the recent polls and to extend their support in the upcoming Assembly elections. He emphasized that with their backing, the National Conference is committed to addressing these issues and forming the next government in Jammu and Kashmir, dedicated to the welfare and progress of its people.
Prominent those who spoke are Baghussain Rathore, Bashir Naike, Ishaq Khan, Mashooq Khan, Gulam Hussain Bhatti, Naseer Khan, Mohd Sadeeq Qureshi, Abdul Razak, Abdul Ahad Tantary, Imtaz Banday Abdul Jabar, Mashooq Khan, Mubashar Banday, Aslam Malik, Yaseen Shah, Adv Shabir, Gulam Mohammad Sheikh, Ramat ulla Kahn, Gulam Rasool Lambardar, Haji Shafi, Ch Manzoor, Ch Bashir, Gulam Ahmed, Aslam Lone, Aslam Bhatt, Aaqib Khawaja and Others
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