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Abdul Majid Wani vows to continue fight for Doda people

Abdul Majid Wani
Abdul Majid Wani

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Srinagar , 14 Nov 2014

Minister for R&B Abdul Majid Wani has vowed to continue his fight for cause of Doda people and said that he will continue to protect interests of his people. Majid Wani said being their representative it was his duty to fight for their due share and rights.Minister said this, while addressing a large public meeting in premises of historical ancient temple at village Dhar, where hundreds of hindu and muslim people were gathered to express their support and solidarity towards Abdul Majid Wani. Wani said that, during last one decade, he has successfully projected, in right perspective, needs and demands of people of whole Chenab Valley region. These were his efforts that people of Doda constituency, in particular, are fully empowered today and floodgates of basic civic amenities as well as civil infrastructures stand opened for them. Doda constituency people have witnessed, during this last one decade, creation of new administrative units, providing of best health & medical facilities in Doda, drastic increase in literacy rate as well as road connectivity, hundreds of new schools including new higher secondary schools opened up in far flung rural areas, Doda constituency is being brought into national tourist map with sanctioning of new tourism development authorities as well as proposed tunnels linking Sudh-Mahadev with Goha Marmat and Dessa with Capran. 

Hundreds of small as well as major bridges have been constructed and dedicated to people of Doda during last one decade. People of Doda constituency have entered into a new era of peace and prosperity.Majid Wani, further, said that it was his sincere efforts that thousands of NYC volunteers were got permanently adjusted in schools. hundreds of new schools, health centres, Animal Sheep Centres, new major road projects sanctioned under CRF, Batote Kishtwar Sinthan Anantnag national highways stands transferred to the state R&B department, Gundna block selected as a pilot project in UMEED under National Livelihood Mission for Empowerment of Women, medical college sanctioned for Doda, and many new villages in Doda constituency have been brought under ambit of socially and educationally backward classed (Backward Areas).

After addressing large gathering in the premises of Pracheen Temple at   Dhar, Majid Wani alongwith his hundreds of supporters moved towards village Dashnan, Shurryan, Dudhote, Bershalla and Parnote in the form of a road show. Scores of National Conference party and BJP workers joined Congress party along with their supporters in village Dhar and Dashnan. Apart from Panchs, Sarpanchs from all nearby panchayats, a number of prominent citizens of were present on the occasions. They all expressed solidarity and full faith in the leadership of Abdul Majid Wani and maintained that the people from entire chenab valley fully support him.The speakers highlighted the contributions of Abdul Majid Wani for the development of chenab valley region particularly Doda assembly segment, which he represents. They further said that the Congress will again play a decisive role in forming the next Government in the State and people of whole Chenab Valley region shall make best use of their ballot in the current elections. Speakers asked the people not to be misled by the propaganda unleashed by other parties like NC, PDP, BJP, who are just dream sellers and hollow slogan mongers, adding that they just appear during the electioneering and disappear for rest of the remaining period.

Among other prominent citizens accompanying Abdul Majid Wani were Girdhari Lal, Chet Ram, Mohd. Hussain Khan, Master Jagdish, Bhag Chand, Satish Kumar, Adil Karim Wani, Najib-Ur-Fani, Vishal Bhagat, Irshad Ahmad Misger, Suraj Parkash, Hakim Manzur, Ashpaq Ahmad, Amir Karim, Zahir Abbaas, Faiyaz Ahmad, Mushtaq Ahmad Bhikhriyan, Jahanzaib and Mohd Shafi Magray. (KNS)

 

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