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NC committed to safeguarding people's political rights : Rana
RAJOURI July 6: Provincial President Devender Singh Rana today urged party cadre to gear up for steering National Conference to big victory in 2014 elections, saying that massive mandate was imperative for political stability of Jammu and Kashmir.

Addressing party functionaries of Darhal and Rajouri, he said that a strong government holds key to satiating political aspirations and developmental needs of the people.

He also said that National Conference is committed to the agenda set for securing and safeguarding political rights of the people besides ensuring faster socio-economic development of the three regions of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. To achieve this, he said, the party has to strive hard and play its prominent role by taking the people of three regions along. He said National Conference stands guarantee to the special and unique status of Jammu and Kashmir where every citizen has equal opportunities to prosper and progress. He, however, cautioned the people against elements inimical to unity and single entity of the State, saying they were employing all deceptive tactics to create wedge between various segments of the society.

Stressing the need for further empowering party workers in decision making, Rana said that National Conference has devised a multi-layer mechanism to seek the feedback of people for ensuring overall development and improving delivery system. He asked the party workers to fan out in their areas and help people seek redressal to their grievances.

Without naming any party, the Provincial President cautioned people against drum-beaters who are creating misgivings by unleashing false propaganda to further their political agenda. “They are the elements who believe in dividing people to derive political mileage”, he said and referred to clandestine bonhomie between communal and disruptive forces to undermine the state’s unity.

Referring to the developmental initiatives taken by Omar Abdullah led government during the past over four and half years, Rana said this has unnerved the opposition which find their political space shrinking and hence resort to realpolitik.

Minister for Planning and Development, Ajay Kumar Sadhotra said that a massive developmental effort is underway to ensure inclusive development of the three regions with focus on remote and far-flung areas. He said while thrust is being laid on ensuring infrastructural development in key sectors like roads and building, health, education, power and drinking water sectors, the government led by Chief Minister Omar Abdullah is also prioritising employment generation schemes.

News Updated at : Saturday, July 6, 2013
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