Badgam, Aug 03: ApniPaty (AP) Wednesday held its workers’ meeting in central Kashmir’s Badgam district to discuss the party issues and figure out a future strategy in view of the forthcoming assembly elections.
A statement from the party said that the meeting was presided over by the party vice-president Javid Mustafa Mir while the general secretary Rafi Ahmad Mir, party’s provincial president (Kashmir) Mohammad Ashraf Mir, state secretary and district president BadgamMuntazirMohiuddin, and others were also present at the meeting.
According to the statement, Javid Mustafa Mir while addressing the meeting emphasized on workers to enhance their political activities and public outreach to connect with the people at the grass root level.
He said, “Time has come when you must be out there to ensure people from all walks of life are aware of the Apni Party’s agenda and policies. It is our duty to reach out to people in each and every area of Jammu and Kashmir to spread our vision about the future of J&K.”
“We must also enhance our membership drive across the Valley. The more people join us the more the Apni Party will strengthen.” He added.
In this daylong meeting, the workers thoroughly discussed the party issues with the central leadership. They also shared their views and suggestions in order to make the party prepared for the forthcoming elections, the statement said.
Party vice-president advised the cadre —whether from the parent body, youth wing, or women’s wing of the party— to enhance their political activities.
He said, “You must be available to the common people to make sure their issues are brought to the notice of the authorities for quick redressal. We need to identify the problems related to the infrastructure deficit and the public issues so that we will be able to bring them to the notice of the concerned authorities.”
He further said, “People know that the Apni Party stands for the peace, prosperity, and the development of Jammu and Kashmir, thus they have expectations with our party; we ought to fulfill their expectations.”
According to the statement, several political workers and activists from the National Conference (NC) and Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP), and other parties joined the Apni Party on this occasion.