Gear-up for forthcoming elections in J&K: IYC Secy

IYC Secy, Shish Pal chairing a meeting in Jammu on Monday.
IYC Secy, Shish Pal chairing a meeting in Jammu on Monday.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Dec 3: Secretary, Indian Youth Congress, Shish Pal today asked the Pradesh Youth Congress cadre to gear up their activities in view of coming elections in the State.
Addressing state executive body of Pradesh Youth Congress (PYC) led by Uday Singh Chib, the IYC secretary asked the Youth Congress leaders to extend their activities. He also reviewed the organizational affairs and discuss the political scenario of the State.
Shish Pal reviewed the working of state office bearers and district presidents and also discussed the forthcoming Parliamentary and Assembly elections, emphasizing the cadre to gear up activities further to face the challenges. He exhorted upon the youth wing warm up for elections.
Describing the Congress Party as a unifying force in the country and the state, Shish Pal said that it is the Congress Party alone which can counter the politics of exploitation by BJP, which is hell bent upon to divide people on communal lines for electoral gains.
State president PYC, Uday Chib raised serious concern over the current political uncertainty in the State. He also expressed serious concern over the anti-youth policy adopted by the previous regime. He said the despite promising 2 crore jobs for youth, the Central Government has been failed to create employment opportunities for the unemployed youth across the country.
The meeting devised a strategy with regard to forthcoming Parliamentary & Assembly elections, urging upon the youth workers to gear up for the challenges. They said it is the Congress Party alone which can counter the divisive and politics of exploitation on the part of BJP.
Chib described the Congress Party as the only unifying force in the country, which has the capability of defeating communal and fascist forces in the country.
The PYC office bearers who attended the meeting included state vice presidents, state general secretaries, state secretaries and district presidents.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here