SRINAGAR – MLA langate Er Rasheed has expressed satisfaction over securing of considerable number of votes by his nominees in the recently concluded MLC elections.
In a press statement Er Rasheed thanked all those panchs and sarpanchs, especially those hailing outside Langate constituency, who voted in favour of his candidates and reposed faith in his policies.
Er Rasheed said that though he had neither any political party at his back nor enough resources and man power to reach to the voters but the considerable number of votes which his candidate got has proved that people living outside Langate constituency do subscribe with the ideas and policies of an individual whom people of Langate had given mandate to represent their political aspirations in the state assembly in 2008 elections.
He assured that he and his colleagues will try to come true to the expectations of those who have voted in favour of his nominees.
He said that those subscribing to his political ideology have a reason to be satisfied with the outcome of todays results as their candidates have secured largest no. of votes after ruling alliance and largest opposition party. He assured panchs and sarpanchs that he will use all possible ways and forums to strengthen panchayat institution at the grass root level.
However MLA Langate expressed his serious concern over the periodic attempts being made by many circles to link these elections once again with the ongoing resistance moment in the state. He said that heavy turn out in the recently concluded council elections should not be seen as any bodys defeat as panchs and sarpanchs like other common Kashmiris have voted for the redressel of day today problems being faced by the people.
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