Jammu: The Working President National Conference and Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah has asked the people to beware of the vested interests in politics who are out to grab power and subjugate the interests of people and the State for personal ends.
Addressing a public rally organized by National Conference Jammu Province at Chanderkote on Monday afternoon, Omar Abdullah said that conspiracy is being hatched against the National Conference to scuttle its Naya Jammu and Kashmir Agenda aimed at political stability, solidarity, peace, youth welfare and equitable development of all the regions and sub-regions of the state.
You give me majority in the Assembly, I promise a new and prosperous Jammu and Kashmir where economic development and empowerment of youth, women and work force will rule the roost, he said and added that this time National Conference urges its supporters and well-wishers to come forward in large numbers and support NC candidates all across the State in the upcoming Assembly Elections to give it absolute majority in the House to settle and address all pending issues once for all for the overall benefit of the State and the Country.
The Working President National Conference said that NC need not to prove its secular, democratic and people-friendly credentials as this party has always proved its mettle and characteristic of being the only party in the State which sacrificed beyond imagination for the cause of the State and its people and kept the high values of secularism, democracy, equitable development and upliftment of all sections of the society particularly belonging to the backward and downtrodden sections as the focal point in its development policy. He said inclusive development has always remained the benchmark of National Conference political agenda.
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