The State Executive Committee of JKPCC Kashmir Province was held here today in which Ambika Soni General Secretary AICC and Incharge Jammu and Kashmir affairs was the Chief Guest.JKPCC Chief G.A. Mir presided over the meeting. The meeting was attended by all prominent leaders of the Part including PCC Functionaries, Legislators (MLAs/MLCs), District Presidents, Leaders of Frontal Organization like Youth Congress, Seva Dal, INTUC, Mahila Congress and NSUI, Contesting Candidates Former Minister, EX. MLAs and Ex. MLCs.Addressing the Workers Rally, Ambika Soni lashed out at PDP BJP Coalition for playing opportunistic politics by seeking votes against each other first and then joined hands by backstabbing the people. She said Congress was silently watching the developments for the past one year, but cannot remain silent now as the people of J&K have been even deprived of their basic rights.She (Ambika Soni) said it is highly unfortunate that people are hitting streets for want of making their genuine demands addressed. She also took a dig at Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti for letting the people of J&K Suffer for almost three months. I wonder what Mehbooba got after such a long delay from the Prime Minister Mr. Narinder Modi, Ambika Soni said.
She said Congress Party has a legacy of uniting and serving people of all shades, maintaining integrity of the Country and it (Congress) won’t allow any force to harm the age old tradition of Unity, Communal Harmony and Brotherhood in the Country.Accusing BJP for destabilizing the Congress Governments in the States, She said Congress Party is strong enough to defeat the designs and false hood being spread by BJP Leadership against the Party (Congress) and felt confident that people of the Country being wise enough have identified the real face of BJP and realized that BJP is playing politics on every issue concerning people, She said.Addressing the Congress Rally G.A. Mir that people of the State were betrayed by both PDP BJP for the sake of coming into the Power, both the Parties indulged in all kinds of political gimmicks and falsehood to exploit the sentiments of the people in the name of religion and regionalism, but Congress being strong enough would defeat the politics of exploitation on the part of PDP BJP and won’t allow them to play with the emotions of people for the sake of remaining in power.Describing the people of the State as mature enough, PCC Chief said that people are watching political drama of both PDP and BJP and the day is not far when both PDP and BJP will have face the wrath of the people for betrayal.
Earlier, the PCC Executive Committee passed a resolution, unanimously, which was presented by PCC Chief G.A. Mir and it was seconded by Former PCC President Peerzada Mohd Syed. The resolution stressed upon resolving the ration crisis in the State, compensation to Farmers who got badly affected due to incessant rains, hailstorm, besides waving of KCC Loan. The resolution impresses upon the Govt. to fulfill its commitment to the displaced people of 1947, 1965 and 1971 andThe resolution also stressed upon the Govt. to change its mind set against the employees including the teaching community who are rendering their valuable services in the different odd times.On this occasion Prominent Political figures and Social activists joined Congress Party in presence of Congress General Secretary Ambika Soni.Those who joined the Party included Rohullah Gazi a Prominent Social and Political Activist from Budgam, Senior Leader and Provincial secretary NC Haroon Rashid, Senior NC Leader Mir Akbar Magami, Mohd Ahsan Mir who has contested Elections as BSP Candidate from Kulgam, Bilal Ahmad who has contested assembly Election from Khanyar as Independent Candidate in 2014, a prominent Social Activist from Kehribal Anantnag Abdul Hamid Khan joined Congress today.The new entrants while expressing their full faith in the Congress Party said that were joining the Party after being inspired by the programmes and pro people policies of the Congress Party and vowed to work for the development and wellbeing of the people. (KNS)