J&K yearning for change, want an alternative to NC, PDP: Sajad Lone


Peoples Conference Chairman Sajad Gani Lone on Sunday said that people of Srinagar have been pushed against the wall and are facing a reign of economic persecution.

In a statement issued to media, Lone said that governance deficit in the previous regimes is responsible for economic dissatisfaction and political alienation in Kashmir. There are growing rumblings of discontent with the two parties. Now people of the state are yearning for change, they want an alternative to NC and PDP to take the state towards peace and prosperity.

The spokesman said more than 100 prominent NC and PDP workers from Sonwar joined Peoples Conference (PC) in presence of party chairman at Srinagar today.

Gani Lone while welcoming the new entrants into the caravan of the change said that PC is emerging as a strong and valiant pro-Kashmir and pro-people political alternative to the traditional family parties asserting there is widespread realization that PC is the only party which can mitigate the problems of people and take the state on a path towards prosperity.

Those who joined the party include NC Vice Block President Basharat Nazir Bhat, PDP youth leader Umar Mushtaq Mir, Halqa President PDP Shalimar Gazanfer Husain, NC Halqa President Balham Yaqoob Abbas, PDP’s Mohd Sarwar among others.

Urging the workers to work with commitment and zeal, Lone asked them to serve the people selflessly to usher in an era of prosperity.

Meanwhile, the spokesman said, around 150 people from various areas of south Kashmir joined Peoples Conference today in presence of Sajad Lone.


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