Will continue to fight for the rights of the people of J&K: Farooq

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Jammu. NC President and MP Dr. Farooq Abdullah has reiterated his resolve to keep fighting for the rights of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. On the issue of reorganization of Jammu and Kashmir on 5 August 2019, he said that the party is fighting its battle in the Supreme Court of the country. The party cadre should face the challenges being faced by Jammu and Kashmir unitedly. Work should be done to reach out to the people and solve their problems.
Dr. Farooq held a meeting with the party’s provincial committee members on Tuesday and discussed a wide range of issues. In this marathon meeting, which lasted for eight hours through virtual mode, other senior leaders including Deputy Prime Minister Omar Abdullah were present. Dr. Abdullah said that NC is not against the delimitation process in J&K, but the process being followed for it is not in line. He laid emphasis on smoothening of road connectivity especially the Mughal Road. This road route is important between Jammu and Kashmir, as there is more pressure on the National Highway. Railway connectivity between Jammu-Poonch and Jammu-Kishtwar is important and the issue was raised by the NC in Parliament. The issue will also be placed before the Prime Minister. He sought the cooperation of the people to control the COVID pandemic and asked the party cadre to motivate people for mass vaccination. During this, Omar Abdullah asked the party functionaries to review the party’s membership distribution process in Jammu province. Expressing concern over the uncertainty prevailing in Jammu and Kashmir, he stressed upon the party cadre to fight for the right cause. He asked to launch a door-to-door campaign for the challenges of Jammu and Kashmir. Tributes were paid to the party leaders killed in the meeting. Provincial President Devendra Singh Rana, General Ali Mohammad Sagar, Ajay Kumar Sadotra, Surjit Singh Salathia, Ratan Lal Gupta, Khalij Najeeb Suharwardi etc. were present on this occasion.

Jammu. NC President and MP Dr. Farooq Abdullah has reiterated his resolve to keep fighting for the rights of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. On the issue of reorganization of Jammu and Kashmir on 5 August 2019, he said that the party is fighting its battle in the Supreme Court of the country. The party cadre should face the challenges being faced by Jammu and Kashmir unitedly. Work should be done to reach out to the people and solve their problems.

Dr. Farooq held a meeting with the party’s provincial committee members on Tuesday and discussed a wide range of issues. In this marathon meeting, which lasted for eight hours through virtual mode, other senior leaders including Deputy Prime Minister Omar Abdullah were present. Dr. Abdullah said that NC is not against the delimitation process in Jammu and Kashmir, but the process being followed for this is not in line. He laid emphasis on smoothening of road connectivity especially Mughal Road. This road route is important between Jammu and Kashmir, as there is more pressure on the National Highway. Railway connectivity between Jammu-Poonch and Jammu-Kishtwar is important and the issue was raised by the NC in Parliament. The issue will also be placed before the Prime Minister. He sought the cooperation of the people to control the COVID pandemic and asked the party cadre to motivate the people for mass vaccination. During this, Omar Abdullah asked the party functionaries to review the party’s membership distribution process in Jammu province. Expressing concern over the uncertainty prevailing in Jammu and Kashmir, he stressed upon the party cadre to fight for the right cause. He asked to launch a door-to-door campaign for the challenges of Jammu and Kashmir. Tributes were paid to the party leaders killed in the meeting. Provincial President Devendra Singh Rana, General Ali Mohammad Sagar, Ajay Kumar Sadotra, Surjit Singh Salathia, Ratan Lal Gupta, Khalij Najeeb Suharwardi etc. were present on this occasion.

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