Workers must re-dedicate themselves to Mufti’s vision of peace: Ved, Hamid

Senior PDP leaders and others at Party’s Raising Day function in Jammu on Sunday. -Excelsior/Rakesh
Senior PDP leaders and others at Party’s Raising Day function in Jammu on Sunday. -Excelsior/Rakesh

PDP celebrates party’s Raising Day
Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, July 28:  Senior PDP leader Ved Mahajan (Ex-MLC) and Hamid Choudhary today said that party workers must rededicate themselves to the agenda and vision of party founder Late Mufti Mohammed Sayeed with regard to peace, development through dialogue.
While addressing party workers at PDP Gandhi Nagar office on the occasion of Raising Day of the party today, Mahahan said we all must take pledge on this auspicious day to carry on with the agenda and mission of Late Mufti Mohammed Sayeed. He said the party whose foundations were laid by visionary and a seasoned politician Mufti Sayeed has today emerged as strong force in the State and the country. This is also due to its policies of peace, development through reconciliation.
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Referring to the recent developments in the State he said party workers must remain vigilant against the forces which are trying to create a wedge in the society. He said secularism is the strength of our country and party would continue to strengthen the bonds of brotherhood and ensure peace and development.
Senior leader Ch Hamid asked the workers to follow the mission and dream of Late Mufti Sahib and strengthen the movement launched by him for ensuring total peace in the region. Describing Late Mufti as popular voice of State and great visionary, Hamid said opening of routes between the divided parts of J&K was a historical incident which happened with the initiative of Mufti sahib.
Earlier, the programme commenced with the flag hoisting at the party office by the senior party leaders. Due to rain the strength of the workers remained thin. Some senior party leaders including former minister Ch Zulfkar Ali, MLC Surinder Choudhary and Ex-MP TS Bajwa were found missing during the function.
Prominent among others present included, Daman Bhasin, Thakur Fallail Singh, Hussain Ali Wafa, Abdul Rashid Malik, Surjit Kour, RK Bali and Rajinder Manhas.