PDP seeks youth support

SRINAGAR: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) youth wing in-charge; Waheed-ur-Rehman Para has expressed gratitude to the youth for playing a crucial role in giving the party a decisive mandate in the just concluded parliamentary polls.

In a statement , he said the involvement young population in the elections, in spite of heavy odds, has made it amply clear that any change in the overall scenario in the state is impossible without their active participation in the process. Terming the youth as agents of change Para said that it is only through the youth that we could rewrite a new chapter in the history of the state.

He said it is encouraging to see the PDP’s agenda for a peaceful, developed and economically vibrant Jammu & Kashmir has found more approval on the ground. Para said though the parliamentary polls have laid a strong foundation for a big change to happen later in the year but that can be only achieved when the people particularly the youth keep on trusting, supporting the sincerity of the PDP leadership in realizing its goal . He said, “People’s support is imperative to see a new government in the state which will ensure justice and fair-play for all.”

Para said the PDP will use the mandate which people gave to it to accomplish its unfinished agenda of peaceful J&K, region. He said time has come for the youth to fully assert themselves to become active part of the governance system and the PDP will provide a platform to all those people who want to become part of the party’s story to see the state out of present uncertainty, underdevelopment and economic backwardness. 



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