Sagar presides over party meet

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir National Conference General Secretary Ali Mohammad Sagar on Wednesday presided over an extraordinary meet of party’s Zonal and district presidents at party headquarters Nawa- e- Subha, Srinagar.
The participants including Additional General Secretary Dr. Sheikh Mustafa Kamal, Provincial president Nasir Aslam Wani, North Zone President and MP Baramulla Muhammad Akbar Lone, Women’s wing President Shameema Firdous, south zone president Dr. Bashir Ahmed Veeri, central zone president Ali Mohammad Dar, vice provincial President Muhammad Syed Akhoon, Provincial Secretary Showkat Ahmed Mir, District Presidents Sheikh Ishfaq Jabbar, GM Mir, Ab Majeed Bhat Larmi, Showkat Ganai, Peer Afaq Ahmed, Altaf Kaloo, Qaiser Jamsheed Lone, Javed Dar, Mir GR Naz, Haji Abul Ahad Dar, YNC provincial president Salman Ali Sagar, Spokesperson Imran Nabi Dar, women’s wing Provincial President Er. Sabiya Qadri,discussed party affairs and gave their inputs on the reorganization of YNC bodies at zonal, district and block levels of Kashmir province in a marathon five hour meet.
The participants also highlighted the trepidation of people in their respective areas due to widespread administrative inertia, development deficit and rising unemployment rate.
The participants expressed concern over the uncertainty, chaos and confusion that has beset J&K following the measures which were taken on 5th of August. The speakers concurred with the pain and suffering of the people of J&K in particular the valley of Kashmir who continue to live through economic catastrophe, unemployment, fear, saying the new normal in J&k has cost it its jobs, tourism, industries, handicraft, horticulture. The leaders maintained that people are seeing no light at the end of the tunnel and that the government was busy in photo-ops, and other media spectacles, not paying any attention to people’s problems especially inflation, power crises, poor governance, unemployment and widening political void in J&K.
The leaders hailed the efforts of party president Dr Farooq Abdullah in his efforts of restoring special status to J&K.
While addressing the meet, party General Secretary Ali Sagar said that every single sector of economy was bleeding and government on its part has failed to provide succor to the ailing businesses.
“The journey to catch up with the pre 2019 situation is a far cry unless people are not empowered politically and the unconstitutional and unilateral decisions of August 5 are not reversed. There can be no trade-off between the political aspirations of the people and development and that no development can take place unless people are not politically empowered and the unilateral, unconstitutional decisions not reversed,” he said.

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