BJP Govt least bothered about people’s miseries: Jan

NC leader Ajaz Jan during public meeting in Mandi area of Poonch.
NC leader Ajaz Jan during public meeting in Mandi area of Poonch.

Excelsior Correspondent
POONCH, Apr 19: Provincial president of Youth Wing of the Jammu and Kashmir National Conference (JKNC) and former MLA, Ajaz Jan raised serious concern over the hardships being faced by the common masses under the present dispensation and emphasized the significant impact on the youth residing in remote and far off areas of Jammu and Kashmir.
Addressing a workers meeting in Mandi area of district Poonch, the senior NC leader said that the incumbent Govt has least bothered about the people’s miseries. He also expressed concern over the soaring levels of unemployment, which has reached its peak under the current administration.
Jan urged the dedicated workers of JKNC to proactively engage with the residents of every nook and corner of the Mandi district. He emphasized the importance of raising awareness about the key achievements of NC, which have positively impacted the lives of numerous individuals in the region. By spreading the message of progress and development, he believed that the party’s message will resonate with the people and strengthen the party’s position.
Ajaz called upon the party cadre to work diligently towards ensuring maximum public participation of people in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
He extended his appeal to the people of district Poonch, urging them to come out in large number and actively participate in the voting process. He emphasized the importance of this collective effort to ensure the victory of National Conference (NC) candidate and create a mandate that would effectively remove the BJP from power.
Jan highlighted the need for a change in leadership and policies, emphasizing that the NC is committed to addressing the concerns and aspirations of the people in Poonch.
The programme was organized by senior leader Bashir Naik, block president, Mandi.
Prominent among those who were present include- Mubashar Banday- Sarpanch; Abdul Razaq, Sarpanch Baila; Rehmat Ullah Khan, Marnote; Mushtaq Naik, Abdul Jabar Tantray, Aslam Malik- Sarpanch Arai; Abdu Ahad, Sarpanch Beedar; Guffar Dar, Imtiaz Banday, Rafiq Bhat, Ishaq Sheikh, Jamal Din and Ashraf Banday.