SRINAGAR, Jan 13: Cautioning people against exploitative and divisive politics being played for electoral gains in the country and state, the Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) president GA Mir has said that Congress Party is going to win the Lok Sabha elections in the country and will give a stable Government to people.
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Addressing a largely attended meeting of party workers in Khanabal Anantnag, today, Mir appealed the people to rise to the occasion to defeat the exploitative and divisive politics on the part of BJP-RSS and other forces in the State, which are desperate enough for power.
He cautioned that BJP- RSS and others forces could go to any extent to mislead people on different counts for electoral gains, but we need to counter and defeat them miserably in the large interests of the people both in the country and State.
Mir said the ruling dispensation at Centre and previous regime in the State have done enough damage to the peace and development of the country especially in J&K State, resulting in deep alienation among the people, who feel betrayed and cheated by the PDP BJP coalition.
The promises made to people during 2014 elections by BJP & PDP have fallen flat, not even a single promise was fulfilled, rather the contradiction in their approach and subsequent u turns, from time to time pushed the State to a darkest era, Mir said.
The losses caused to peace and development by previous PDP BJP Coalition hurts us because Congress Party had done enough to restore confidence among the people and also did it’s utmost to restore peace in the State, but it is sad and unfortunate that the work done by UPA I and UPA II has been undone by the previous regime.
Addressing the gathering Hilal Ahmad Shah urged the Party workers to remain steadfast to serve the people. Shah emphasized the workers to reach out to people in every ward of Anantnag segment and elsewhere in the District and identify the issues of public importance for their redressal.
Other party leaders Farooq Andrabi, Hilal Ahmad Shah, Mohd Amin Bhat, Gulzar Ahmad Wani, Gh Mohi- u -Din Bhat also addressed the meeting.