Keep Political Agenda Aside, Address Economic Crisis In JK: Rajni Patil To Centre

SRINAGAR: Reviewing current situation and organizational affairs and activities in Kupwara and Baramulla districts on Sunday AICC I/C (J&K) Rajni Patil has blamed Centre Government for ignoring the aspirations of the people, advising it to take effective measures to address the genuine needs and other developmental issues concerning people.

AICC incharge Rajni Patil

Patil also urged the BJP government to keep its political agenda aside, take effective measure to address the economic crisis, unemployment and other developmental issues in J&K.

AICC in charge Rajni Patil and JKPCC President G A Mir accompanied by PCC Vice President Haji Abdul Rashid Dar, Bashir Ahmad Magrey, Gulzar Ahmad Wani, Surinder Singh Channi and other party leaders were addressing largely attended public gathering in border area Putu Shahi Lolab of Kupwara district and also addressed workers convention of Baramulla district at Dak Bungalow (Baramulla).

Addressing an impressive public meeting at Patushai in Lolab today, Rajni Patil expressed dismay over the current situation in J&K, maintaining that there is confusion to be seen on the ground due to the policies adopted by the Centre towards J&K.

“People are feeling disappointed with the BJP Govt’s indifferent attitude towards their problems and other developmental issues, the promises and tall claims made by the BJP Leaders and Ministers from time to time with regard to the development of J&K  especially after August 5, 2019, have fall flat, which is indicative of BJP’s dual-faced politics based on lies and deceit,” said Patil.

Patil asked BJP  led Centre Govt to be sincere towards J&K people and take effective measures to address their concerns without indulging in any kind of discrimination, like that, people of Jammu and Kashmir have suffered enormously since 1989 in on way or the other, besides the people living in borders are still witnessing ugliest situation, despite various hardships their heartbeats for the Nation reflecting their patriotism and true nationalism.

On this occasion, Patil asked the Party cadres across J&K to vouch for strengthening the Congress Party further in every block and District, putting a united face to ensure that challenges ahead are defeated in unison.

She described the Party as supreme and said individual doesn’t matter, so every Congress leader and the worker should feel duty-bound to work to strengthen the  Party and follow discipline in both letter and spirit.

Addressing the party workers JKPCC President G A Mir stated that dynamic and young faces across J&K are coming forward to join Congress party after getting inspired by the bold voice and vision of  Rahul Gandhi, who is vigorously fighting against the political exploitation and wrong policies of the BJP responsible for the economic crisis, rising unemployment, an unprecedented price hike.

Mir also hit out at the Centre Govt for an unprecedented price hike on petrol, diesel, cooking gas and other essentials and asked it (Centre) to wake up and roll back the prices, rather than shifting blame to others.

People are feeling harassed by tax terror and unprecedented price hike, at the same time, they realize that BJP Govt is looting them to recover the losses it has done to the Country’ economy by misrule and mismanagement of things since day one by enacting different baseless and concocted stories, as a result, there is a restlessness across the country.

On this occasion G A Mir told the workers that young faces are coming to join the Party will be given chance to work, as the Party is committed to fully empower youth in both political and social fields, he added.

JKPCC Vice President Haji Abdul Rashid while speaking on the occasion termed the Congress Party as people’s voice with the legacy of serving and strengthening people of all shades and religions equally while having never discriminated against any section of people living in the Country.

Those who addressed the gathering included Senior Leaders Bashir Ahmad Magrey, Gulzar Ahmad Wani, Surinder Singh Channi, Incharge Pulwama DCC President Umer Jan, Muneer Ahmad Khan (Lolab), Distt President Baramulla Fayaz Ahmad Mir, BDC Chairman Bla, Mohd Iqbal Mir, Bharat Kumar MC President Uri, Bilal Ahmad Mir BDC Chairman, Shahjehan Dar DDC Member, Ab Rashid Dar (Sangrama) Reyaz Ahmad Sheikh, Irshad Ahmad Ganie, Prof. Danish Jehangir, Mohd Iqbal Mir, Nazir Ahmad Lone, Block Presidents Sarpanchs, Panchs, Councillors, Frontal Organization workers and other prominent party workers of Baramulla and Kupwara districts.

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