Azad calls for restoring the state of the Justice and Development Party before the House of Representatives elections


New Delhi: Ahead of the Majlis elections, Azad Democratic Party Chairman Ghulam Nabi Azad stressed the need to return the state to Jammu and Kashmir.

The former Congress leader also urged his party workers to launch a mass communication program to mobilize popular support for the Azad Democratic Party.

Addressing DAP workers in Katwa, according to PTI news agency, he said, “Restoring the state, protecting lands and jobs for indigenous people and rehabilitating Kashmiri immigrants is the core agenda of our party.”

The leader said that people living in Jammu are concerned about the delay in returning the state to Jammu and Kashmir.

Azad added, “The BJP government should not procrastinate on the issue (restore the state). We need it before the Majlis elections are held so that our people can run the administration.”

He said that his party is committed to alleviating the incentives and aspirations of every segment of society in all regions and sub-regions.

“The cadre should communicate with the people and help them find solutions to their problems. We will try to form a strong front to provide good governance for the people,” Azad said.

Azad said Jammu and Kashmir’s economy is on the brink of collapse, adding that no sector – be it tourism, horticulture, transport or trade – has not suffered losses in the past two years.

He added, “The situation has become much worse with the continued suffering of the industrial sector, which is supposed to absorb the unemployed youth.”

Read full article here

Leave a Reply