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AP represents aspirations of both regions: Altaf Bukhari

Post by on Saturday, June 18, 2022

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Jammu, June 17: Apni Party (AP) president, Syed Mohammed AltafBukhari Friday said that Apni Party represents the aspirations of the people of both the regions of Jammu and Kashmir.
According to a party statement, while addressing a joining programme, AltafBukhari said that the joining of people from different segments of life shows that Apni Party has been able to win the confidence of the people who belong to various areas of Jammu region.
“The policy of equitable developmental has attracted the people,” he said, while welcoming the prominent people from Udhampur District who joined Apni Party in presence of senior party leaders including senior vice-president Ghulam Hassan Mir, provincial president, Jammu, Manjit Singh, provincial vice-president Ex-MLA FaqirNath, district president Udhampur Hans Raj Dogra, district vice-president Haji Noor Mohammed, and other leaders.
Those who joined Apni Party include TalibHussain, FazalKreamBanday, Vijay Sharma, Kuldeep Sharma and others, the statement said.
He welcomed them into the Party and said that the Party is committed for the development of all the regions and expressed his concern over the underdevelopment in remote areas of Jammu region in particular Udhampur District and its rural belt.
He said that if the Apni Party comes to power, we will work for the equitable development of all the regions and villages, in particular with improvement in the supply system of clean drinking water, electricity, health care and education systems in J&K.
“The traditional political parties have exploited the people as their vote banks. However, they were not able to fulfil the commitments made with the people. The Apni Party will leave no stone unturned to fulfil the aspirations of the people of both the regions,” he added.
He, however, hoped that the Udhampur District Committee will work among the people by highlighting their issues for the early redressal.
 
 

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