1. SRINAGAR: National Conference (NC) President Farooq Abdullah stated on Wednesday that the people of J&K are preparing to teach the ruling BJP a lesson in the upcoming elections.

He made these remarks while speaking to media personnel during his visit to offer condolences to the family of the late Block President Rathson, Beerwah Ghulam Nabi Wani, who passed away after a prolonged illness.

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Party General Secretary Ali Muhammad Sagar, Provincial President Nasir Aslam Wani, Chief Spokesperson Tanvir Sadiq, Central Zone President Ali Muhammad Dar, Dr. Muhammad Shafi, and other local unit functionaries and office bearers also accompanied the President on the visit.

Joined by party functionaries, Dr Farooq offered Fatiha for the deceased and expressed his deepest sympathies and condolences to the bereaved family.

While consoling the bereaved household, he said, “With Wani Sahib’s demise, we have lost a committed soldier of the party. The void left by his passing cannot be filled for years to come. Humility, compassion, and dedication were the defining characteristics of his personality, which will be remembered by all those who had the opportunity to work with him. May his departed soul rest in peace in the highest echelons of Jannat, and may the bereaved family find the strength to bear this irreparable loss.”

During a subsequent media interaction, he stated that the NC is prepared for all types of elections, including Panchayat, ULB, BDC, and assembly elections.

“The NC is crucial for the revival and restoration of J&K’s economy and pride. Our party cadre is ready for the polls whenever they are held. People across J&K are also preparing to teach the ruling party a lesson through their votes. Following the electoral setback in Karnataka, the BJP is poised to face another defeat in J&K. It is evident that the promises made by the BJP since 2019 will be scrutinized, and they cannot evade elections for long. Sooner or later, they will have to face the consequences, and the people will punish them for deceiving them,” he said.

When reflecting on the ongoing works for the upcoming G20 summit in Srinagar, he added, “Development is always welcome. Who wouldn’t want progress and development to occur?”(KNO)


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