SRINAGAR The Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) in a meeting of senior party functionaries at party office Tuesday held threadbare discussions over recently- concluded Parliamentary elections in the state.
The Congress drew a blank in Jammu and Kashmir as BJP and NC won three seats each in the state.
A statement issued by the party said it will get feedback after Eid from the cadres to chalk out a future strategy and emphasized the Party Leaders to stay connected with the people at grass root level in order to ensure resolution of the problems confronting them.
The meeting of senior party leaders, DCC presidents and other party leaders was presided over by JKPCC president G A Mir.
The meeting debated and discussed the recently concluded Parliament elections in the country especially in JK, stating that Congress Party will chalk a future strategy after getting feedback from the party cadres from grass root level, the statement said.
Addressing the meeting the JKPCC president said that the just concluded Parliament Election results cannot break Congress Partys resolve to work for the wellbeing and development of the people, besides fighting against the menace of politics of betrayal, exploitation and opportunism.
He also said that Congress is fully capable to fight against the communal and fascist forces, and wont allow them vitiate the atmosphere of harmony to serve their vested interests.
He said Congress party has the legacy of serving people in whatever situation and it will continue to remain committed to work for the inclusive development of the State and people as well.
Congress party is a vibrant force in all the three regions of the State, fully capable to defeat the political exploitation and betrayal, Mir added and reiterated Congress partys resolve to safeguard the interests of the people in all the three regions of the State.
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