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Our party will address trust deficit issue in Jammu and Kashmir: AAP leader

Post by on Tuesday, June 21, 2022

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Pulwama, June 20: AamAadmi Party (AAP) leader Manish Koshak Monday said that their party will address the trust deficit in Jammu and Kashmir.
Koshak, who is AAP's election in-charge for North East was talking to media on the sidelines of a training session for volunteers here at saffron town Pampore in South Kashmir's Pulwama district.
Manish is organizing volunteers for AAP in Jammu and Kashmir.
"Our party filled the trust deficit in Delhi and Haryana," he said, adding that their party will address the trust deficit in Jammu and Kashmir.
"This is such a wonderful place, it is the crown of India," he said, adding that it needs much better attention.
He said that they have been training volunteers from Jammu and Kashmir for taking part in upcoming elections.
He added that they conducted five training sessions including three in South Kashmir.
"Around 1800 volunteers are associated with AAP in Jammu and Kashmir," he said.
He said that they will hold consultations with people at grassroots level to evolve an agenda to work on in Jammu and Kashmir.
He further said that health, education, water and electricity will be their priority issues.
"AAP will work for peace building in Jammu and Kashmir," he said.
Nearly 200 volunteers from different areas of Pulwama took part in the training programme at Pampore. The party has so far conducted five such training sessions in Jammu and Kashmir
 
 
 

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