Anantnag by-poll seems to be sole focus of entire administration- Omar


SRINAGAR: National Confer­ence Working President Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said the PDP-BJP Alliance was fur­thering a dangerous and divi­sive political agenda in J&K that could have far-reaching consequences for the State and its people. Addressing a mas­sive delegates’ session con­vened at National Conference Headquarters at Srinagar on Wednesday, the NC Working President lashed out at the State Government for absolv­ing itself of all its basic duties and focusing solely on helping an unpopular Chief Minister in the Anantnag by-election. Omar Abdullah also high­lighted how PDP had ended up breaking every single pre-election promise that the party used to garner votes and said PDP’s recurring U-turns had created a sense of disillusion­ment and anxiety in the State. 
On this occasion, senior NC Leader and current Provincial President Nasir Aslam Wani was unanimously re-elected as the Party’s Provincial President by the delegates.The delegates’ convention was also attended by Senior NC leaders includ­ing NC General Secretary Haji Ali Mohammad Sagar, NC Ad­ditional General Secretary Dr. Sheikh Mustafa Kamal, Senior Leaders Abdul Rahim Rather, Mohammad Shafi Uri, Chow­dhary Mohammad Ramzan, Mian Altaf Ahmed, Mubarak Gul, Sakina Ittoo, Mir Saiful­lah, Peer Mohammad Afaq, Irfan Ahmed Shah, Javed Ahmed Dar, Shameema Firous, Mohammad Sayeed Akhoon, Provincial Secretary Advocate Showkat Ahmed Mir, State Spokesperson Junaid Azim Mattu, Provincial Youth Presi­dent Salman Ali Sagar, Party Legislators and Senior Office Bearers including District Pres­idents 

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