Discard negative forces by giving massive mandate to secular parties: Saroori

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Jammu, Nov 14: Vice President JKPCC and MLA Inderwal, Ghulam Mohammad Saroori exhorted the people to discard negative forces by giving a massive mandate to secular parties, which reflect real ethos of Jammu and Kashmir.
Addressing series of meeting at Kewa, Sharekh, Layan, Jawalapur, Binoon, Chakroon, Nali, Toibabad, Patshalla and other areas of tehsil Bunjwah, Saroori assailed Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) for scheming against the interests of the people by furthering their divisive agenda.
“By dividing people on religious and communal lines, these forces will not succeed in pushing the State to frenzy”, Saroori said adding that the politically sagacious people have always given a befitting reply to negative forces. He referred to the sinister game plan of PDP and NC to divide votes as per a secret understanding with BJP in block Bunjwah. “The people are sagacious enough to see through their designs and determined to vote them out in the panchayat election”, he maintained.
He has appealed the people to vote and support Congress backed Independent candidates for the future development of Inderwal constituency. He asked the people to reject the negative forces and facilitate the victory of all the Congress candidates. He described the Panchayat election battle between communal and secular forces and said that ultimately reason will prevail.
Saroori also congratulates senior Congress leader Chowdhary Mohd Ali who wins Sarpanchi election unopposed from Mori panchayat in Bunjwah block having population of over 1500. Terming the victory as defeat of communal forces, people of Mori have given a befitting reply to the communal forces and have expressed intention that they need harmony and brotherhood.”
Other speakers exhorted the people to make a conscious use of their vote and be part in decision making and hoped that the politically sagacious people will make the Congress candidates win with a big margin. On the occasion around 50 PDP, BJP and NC workers have joined Congress party in presence of Saroori.