PDP to organize programmes 7, 8 Jan at Srinagar, Jammu
Srinagar, Dec 28: Peoples Democratic Party is organizing several programmes on January 07 and 08, 2017, to recall the landmark contributions of Party Patron Mufti Mohammad Syed in the field of politics and social work as an acknowledged Honest Man.
Party’s Vice President Mohammad Sartaj Madni held series of meetings with senior functionaries including Ministers and legislators here at Jammu in which it was decided that Party workers will rededicate themselves to Party’s set agenda with a pledge to maintain the high standards in public service as pursued by Mufti Mohammad Syed all his life.
Madni said that Mufti Mohammad Syed upheld probity in public life and distinguished himself as a politician of high ethical and moral values. It was Mufti’s virtue to be consistent in his course and be true to his word and deed. He never allowed himself to be swayed by power or subdued by adversities, Madni added.
Recalling known facets that characterized his persona, Madni said Mufti had imbibed in him the qualities of a compassionate father , an honest guide and a devoted leader with sense of responsibility and recognition for values. He had very limited aspirations. But lofty objectives with an avowed desire to raise the stock of the political worker and the state’s people.
He said Party takes pride in the fact that his virtues as an honest man are acknowledged by his adversaries . His career in various capacities remained unblemished and navigated several difficult ventures with grace and dignity. He did not fumble in his struggle to maintain humanly possible standards in public service.
Madni said that Government led by Mehbooba Mufti has on its own rightly decided to honour a person in the name of Mufti Mohammad Syed for acknowledged integrity in public life. This will help encourage probity and honesty in fields of politics and social work. He said the decision comes as a befitting tribute to the dedicated politician who distinguished himself in giving respect to positions he held and political beliefs he propounded.
He said, besides the decision to launch an award in his name, Government and party will take several measures of public importance to honor his services and to take this sacred trust to posterity. (KNS)