Pattan: Chief Minister and National Conference Working President Omar Abdullah Friday said that, contrary to propaganda unleashed by the divisive forces, National Conference was poised for a historic victory in the ensuing Assembly Elections.
Asking people of Pattan to vote in large numbers in favor of NC candidate, Omar Abdullah said that the overwhelming response of the people of Pattan to NC had made the partys victory from here a foregone conclusion.
Today those who spent the last six years in disrupting the Legislative Assembly, in spreading myths and in trying their best to create a perception of anti-incumbency have been pushed into a corner by a sweeping popular groundswell of support in favor of National Conference. The writing on the wall is clear National Conference is poised for a historic victory in these elections and this would be a victory for every single self-respecting, patriotic and proud citizen of Jammu and Kashmir. NC has always risen to the occasion and given a surprise to its opponents in the face of adversity and this time around our cadre has yet again succeeded in effecting a tremendous mobilization of support in favor of our party. Just like in almost all other parts of the Valley, it has become evident that NCs victory in Pattan is now a foregone conclusion, the NC Working President said while addressing a massive election rally in Pattan in favor of Aga Mehmood.
Omar said that Pattan had been exploited and blackmailed for far too long at great costs to development in the region and the time had come for the people of Pattan to enforce their power to bring about a positive change here. To think that the people of Pattan will forever surrender their rights and dreams of progress and be exploited and juiced for votes would be to trivialize your inherent power to lead Pattan towards a new future. You deserve roads at par with the rest of the State, you deserve round-the-clock electricity and you deserve the very best of health centers and government schools.
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