Congress pays tributes to Jawaharlal Nehru on his 54th death anniversary


Srinagar, May 27: Remembering first Prime Minister of India on his 54th death anniversary, the J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Sunday paid floral tributes to Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru and recalled his selfless services to the Nation, describing him as an architect of Modern India, under whose leaderships the Nation touched the heights in every respect.
A meeting of senior Party leaders and activists under the chairmanship of Abdul Gani Khan held today in Srinagar, in which Congress Leaders paid floral tributes to Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru on his 54th death anniversary, lauding his leadership qualities.
Addressing the meeting, Congress Leaders lauded the role played by first Prime Minister of India, who brought the Nation at par with the developing countries of that time. They best way to pay homage to Pt. Ji was to follow his footsteps and works for unity, harmony and development of people irrespective of caste, colour or creed, they said.
After taking over as the first Prime Minister of India, Pt. Ji launched PMs five year reconstruction plan, thereby starting development from the grass root levels in the entire Country, which had proved a turning point in the overall development of the Country. The development of people and Education to every community was among his top priorities for that the entire Nation will remain indebted to him.
He was a man of commitment and conviction under whose leaderships the secular fabric of the Country got strengthened and people lived in peace and harmony, as that, Pt Ji was himself a guarantee to secular fabric of the Country, while having never compromised on unity and diversity in the Country, they added and said it was the Congress Party which stands guarantee to equitable developmental of every communities living in the country and never allowed any sort of discrimination with the people.
Among others who addressed the meeting included Shameema Iqbal, Irfan Naqib, Mohd Sultan, Abid Kashmiri, Mushtaq Ahmad Khnday, Mushtaq Ahmad Bazaz, Farhat Qureshi, G.A. Gulzar, Sheikh Ab.Qayoom, Waseem Ahmad Shalla, Manzoor Ahmad Khan, Saira, Shameema Khan and others. (KNS)