Will hit roads if admn continues to remain non-responsive: Bukhari

Apni Party president Altaf Bukhari & others alongwith new entrants during a function at party office in Jammu.
Apni Party president Altaf Bukhari & others alongwith new entrants during a function at party office in Jammu.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Jan 13: Apni Party president Syed Mohammed Altaf Bukhari has said that they will hit roads if the Administration continues to remain non-responsive towards the suffering of the people during the harsh winter season.
“The situation in Jammu as well as in Kashmir is difficult for the common people. The unscheduled power cuts, shortage of drinking water and poor response from the Administration has made the people suffer during the harsh winter season,” Bukhari said.
A function was organized at Apni Party office in Gandhi Nagar here in which prominent social worker and contesting candidate of DDC Choudhary Tazeem alongwith Tanveer Ahmed, Aquib Sharif, Mohammed Rafiq, Ishtaq Ahmed, Mohammed Saleeq and others joined Apni Party in presence of Party president.
Besides, a retired KAS officer namely Ch Pawan Kumar and Balbir Singh, Narinder Singh and Gurvinder Singh among others also joined the Party.
The joining programme was attended by senior vice president Ghulam Hassan Mir, general secretaries Vijay Bakaya, Vikram Malhotra, Provincial president Jammu Manjit Singh, Ex-MLA Rajouri Choudhary Qamar and others.
While welcoming her into the party, Bukhari said that the people have hopes only with the Apni Party in Jammu and Kashmir due to its unbiased approach towards the suffering of the people.
“We work for the people, not for the power. The traditional power hungry parties in Peoples’ Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) have been exposed for their misdeeds and inability to come upto the expectation of the people,” he said.
Referring to the woes of the people against the non-responsible administration in J&K, Bukhari warned that the Apni Party will hit the roads against the bureaucratic system which remained unconcerned about the concerns of the people.
“From ration supply systems, medical aid to other necessary things, the administration has failed to handle on ground. It is happening because of poor management and monopoly of two-three bureaucrats who mainly control the administration in J&K. The administration must be responsible towards the people and should not neglect the people in general,” he said.