NC Not Against Delimitation: Dr Farooq

Dr Farooq Abdullah | File Photo

JAMMU: The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference President and Member of Parliament Dr. Farooq Abdullah on Tuesday said that the party will uphold the interests of the people at all costs in every forum.

He was addressing the National Conference functionaries of the Jammu Province through virtual mode. He said the political issues post August 5,2019 have been challenged by the party in the apex court of the country.

Asserting that the National Conference is not against the delimitation process in Jammu and Kashmir, the party President Dr Farooq Abdullah said the method adopted, however, is not in tandem with the procedure.

Addressing the day-long meet, NC Vice President Omar Abdullah while expressing concern over the uncertainty looming large in J&K, urged the cadre to remain steadfast in their resolve to fight for the right cause. This has been proud legacy of the National Conference, he added.

Abdullah stressed the need of further strengthening the party at the grass-roots level by launching a door to door campaign and to prepare the people for meeting the challenges faced in Jammu and Kashmir. He said the mobilization by the cadre during the elections to District Development Councils unfolded the fact that the National Conference is a force to reckon with.

He said the National Conference has, is and will remain in the forefront to seek justice for the people of all the regions and the sub-regions. “Public interest is sacrosanct for us”, he said and urged the cadre to articulate the problems of the people for seeking redressal to these.

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