SRINAGAR: Linking voting with dialogue and development, PDP president and chief minister, Mehbooba Mufti, on Wednesday kick started her partys campaign for Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency.
Mehbooba said that vote for her party would be an endorsement for transforming Jammu & Kashmir through dialogue and development and getting the State out of the present crisis.
Addressing the meetings of workers from Charar-i-Sharief and Budgam constituencies here today, the PDP President said, ever since her party was launched it worked on a specific political and developmental agenda in which Jammu & Kashmir has remained the focus of attention.
My party has been working to get the State out of the quagmire of uncertainty and reminded the workers of many path breaking initiatives taken during the Partys rule from 2002 to 2005. That was the first phase of transformation in Jammu & Kashmir under PDP rule and the second phase of transformation is underway, she told the workers.
Mehbooba Mufti said, forming Government in the State in 2015 was not an easy task, though there were many easy options available.
She said that the PDP under the leadership of late Mufti Mohammad Sayeed chose a difficult path only to get the issues of the State addressed by the countrys top leadership. She said she is hopeful that many big and bold decisions vis-a-vis Jammu & Kashmir would be taken by Government of India which would take the State out of despair and despondency.
Asserting that the coming elections provide an opportunity for strengthening peoples agenda of restoration of peace with dignity coupled with development of the State, Mehbooba Mufti said, these elections would be an endorsement of Partys agenda of initiating political dialogue in the State, resumption of friendly ties between India and Pakistan, opening of more Cross LoC routes, facilitating more and more people to people contacts besides providing good governance to people.
She asked the party cadre to gear up and take these elections in that spirit only.
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