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Grand rally on Dec 16 in Jammu | NC never trumpeted its achievements: Omar
‘Performance will be the best friend to go to elections’
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JAMMU, Nov 10: To take on the might of its arch-rival Peoples Democraic Party (PDP) and dispel the notion that it’s fast making inroads in Jammu region, the National Conference will hold a grand rally in Jammu on December 16.

This was the main essence of address made by the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah to the office bearers of various units of J&K National Conference Jammu province at Sher-e-Kashmir Bhawan here this morning.

Obliquely targeting the party’s bete-noire, the Chief Minister, who is also working president of the party said that National Conference (NC) never trumpeted its achievements so it never held any rallies in Jammu while the main opposition party by holding small rallies in different parts of the region tried to give an impression that is was fast making inroads in the region.

“Woh Aise Taassur Denay Ki Koshish Kar Rahey Hain Kay Unka Taara Chad Raha Hai Aur Hamara Taara Utar Raha Hai….Woh Doosra Masla Hai Kay Kashmir Mein Unkay Pairon Kay Neechay Say Zameen Khisak Rahi Hai…. (though it’s a different matter that they are losing ground in Kashmir…),” Omar had a veiled dig.

He stated that to dispel all wrong notions created by the opponents and puncture their bogey of discrimination against Jammu used by them time and again to whip up passions, the party would hold an unprecedented rally. “Iss Waaste 16 December Ko Hum Ek Aisi Maharally Karengay Jo Ab Tak Kisi Nay Dekhi Nahin Hogi… this would invigorate the party cadre in the region also besides achieving the main objective of creating awareness among the people about achievements of the party on the ground in all these years of peace and development,” the Chief Minister said.

Omar said that 2013 would be the year of reaching out to the people of the state. “Your performance will be your best friend to go to next elections with your head high,” he said and added that he directed the ministers, advisors and legislators of his party to increase public rapport and ensure redress of their grievances to the level possible.

Omar said that J&K National Conference represented aspirations of common people and its selfless service to public had always been above any consideration of creed, caste, colour, region or religion.

“History is the testimony of the secular-democratic credentials of National Conference and the sacrifices it has made to uphold the cause of communal harmony, brotherhood and amity are glaring,” he said asking the party workers to further strengthen this trait and work for welfare and progress of the state wholeheartedly.

Omar said that public support across the state remained the fountain head of strength of National Conference. He said that National Conference symbolized unity and solidarity of Jammu and Kashmir and public service was its political agenda.

The Chief Minister said that J&K National Conference always stood for secularism. “This characteristic of the party is amply visible in all areas of the state and the slogan of Hindu, Muslim, Sikh Ittehad preached by Sher-e-Kashmir Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah continuously reverberates across the mountains, valleys and planes of Jammu and Kashmir,” he maintained.

Omar asked the party workers to gear-up at all levels to pave way for achieving the goal of economically self reliant, peaceful and progressive Jammu and Kashmir envisioned by the Sher-e-Kashmir and enshrined in ‘Naya Kashmir’ document of the party.

The Chief Minister emphasized on enhancing public rapport by the workers and told them to be actively involved in the implementation of development policy of the coalition government. He told the party workers to be on their heels to visit all areas and ascertain public feedback regarding development process. He told them to prove an important catalyst in the redress of public grievances and help in successful and time bound implementation of works.

“The party makes government and governments do not build parties,” he said and stressed on the rank and file of National Conference to strengthen the party all across the state and shatter the designs of their detractors by exhibiting unity and working for the upliftment of people tirelessly. He also told them to contribute positively in strengthening the coalition and helping the government to fulfill its promises made to people of Jammu and Kashmir.

Omar said that the list of achievements registered by his government on peace and development fronts during the last about four years was huge and open to all. He asked the party workers to make people aware of these achievements and peace initiatives taken to bring stability and tranquility in the state.

Addressing the meeting provincial president of J&K National Conference Rattan Lal Gupta said that a grand rally of the party workers of Jammu province was being held on December 16, 2012 in Jammu.

The meeting was also addressed by Minister for Industries and Commerce Surjeet Singh Slathia, Ajay Sadhotra, Peer Mushtaq Ahmed Bukhari, Rachhpal Singh, Political Advisor to Chief Minister Devender Singh Rana, Khalid Najeeb Suhrawardy, Bimla Luthra, Lakshmi Dutta, Brij Mohan Sharma, Master Noor Hussain, Haji Mohammad Hussain, Sheikh Bashir Ahmed, Mirza Abdul Rashid, Begum Zubaida Salaria besides others. District secretaries, block presidents, block secretaries and others prominent party leaders of Jammu province participated in the meeting.


News Updated at : Sunday, November 11, 2012
 
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