Yogesh Sawhney meets Kharge, discusses political situation in J&K

PCC gen secy and former minister Yogesh Sawhney at a meeting with AICC chief Mallikarjun Kharge in Delhi.
PCC gen secy and former minister Yogesh Sawhney at a meeting with AICC chief Mallikarjun Kharge in Delhi.

Excelsior Correspondent

NEW DELHI, Nov 24: Former minister and senior PCC leader Yogesh Sawhney met the Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge at his residence in New Delhi to discuss current political issues of Jammu and Kashmir.
Sawhney congratulated Kharge on his recent appointment as All India Congress president. He discussed matters pertaining to the welfare of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and apprised the AICC chief about the local issues and needs. Sawhney later explained that Kharge’s initiative to know and understand local issues will help the party to build a better mechanism and strengthen the organisation in Jammu and Kashmir’.
After meeting with the Congress president, Sawhney also met with senior Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala and AICC Coordinator attached to the office of the Congress president, MP Rajya Sabha, Syed Nasir Hussain and discussed important party affairs of J&K. The leaders, who have had a long association since their respective Youth Congress days, also discussed the strategy to strengthen and uplift the party in Jammu Kashmir.
Sawhney raised both political and people-centric issues during his visit, attention and work on which will lead to betterment of the party and the people alike. He also expressed his gratitude to the Congress president for his time and interest in hearing the burning concerns regarding political development in particularly Jammu & Kashmir. Sawhney stated that due to the absence of an elected Government, the UT lacks on various accounts.
Kharge, who had assumed charge as the Congress president in October, had stated his intention of strengthening the party and reaching out to party members. Sawhney reiterated the statement and said that ‘Kharge’ as the president is aware and interested in uplifting the party across India and in J&K, for which we are eager to lend our full support’.