Stable government alone can deliver on ground: Saroori

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Jammu, Dec 9: Seeking clear mandate for Congress in the coming elections, Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC), Vice President, Ghulam Mohammad Saroori on Sunday said a stable government alone can deliver on ground and satiate the aspirations of the people.
Addressing a public meeting here at Kahara area of Inderwal constituency, Saroori said fractured mandate was detrimental to the interests of a sensitive state like Jammu and Kashmir, which needs a special dispensation to meet the challenges on developmental, economic and political fronts.
Saroori said the state has been a victim of destabilisation, which has affected governance and decision making in the past. “Despite all these shortcomings, the UPA I and II has endeavoured to give a new dimension to development after heralding peace in the wake of most turbulent situation”, he said adding this momentum has to be maintained at all costs.
He said that Congress was of firm belief that challenges faced to the state can only be met by taking every segment along. Making a parallel between the Congress and other parties, he said it is the only party where decisions about governance are taken by the people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and not by the outsider. “Congress is a mass movement that knows no religious barriers or regional boundaries”, he maintained.
Saroori said those representing JK for 65 years have not done justice to their mandate by showing inertia to their bonafide obligations towards the region. He said Congress is the only party that can take care of genuine aspirations of the people. He said strengthening hands of the Congress is need of the hour”, and exuded confidence Congress registering massive victory to form a stable government in 2019 under the leadership of Ghulam Nabi Azad.
The other who spokes President District Congress Committee Doda, Sheikh Mujeeb, President BCC Thathri, Asgar Hussain Khangi, President BCC Kahara Chowdhary Farooq Ahmed, Bashir Ahmed Sirwal, Jaffer Parray, Hafiz Imtiyaz, Dilawar Parray, Jaswant Singh and others said that only Congress will devote themselves for the development of the constituency and welfare of its people. They said Saroori is fully aware about the gray areas that needed focussed attention in terms of upgrading infrastructure, improving facilities and ensuring various utility services. “As a foot soldier of Congress Saroori is committed to faster development of Inderwal”, they said and referred to his earlier efforts in this regard. They said Congress does not believe in emotive sloganeering and wants to take all segments of society together for heralding an era of progress and development.