Asking people to see through the motives of ‘political tourists’ who come to Uri for grabbing votes and power, senior Congress leader and Health Minister, Taj Mohi ud Din Thursday said his dream is to make the town one of the developed urban centres of the State.
Addressing a series of public meetings at Gawalta, Uroosa and adjoining areas, Taj said the town has seen phenomenal growth of social infrastructure during the last 12 years. He challenged National Conference leader Mohammad Shafi Uri to show what development he had undertaken during his 40 years of power except the “lone road to his home at Garkote.”
Taj described his opponents as ‘political tourists’ saying they only come during election time to ask for votes but remain away during the times the place needed them the most.
The Health Minister vowed to develop Uri as a model town in the state where the best of facilities would be laid. He said Uri is close to him and his heart beats with every resident of the constituency.
Asking people to vote for him, Taj appealed people to reject the people who come with catchy slogans but are hollow on deliverance.