Dozens including former DIG, noted singer join National Conference

Srinagar, Jan 14: A former deputy inspector-general of police (DIG) and a noted singer are among dozens of people who joined the Jammu and Kashmir National Conference on Monday.
Taking to Twitter, JKNC said Mushtaq Sadiq DIG (retd.) and Waheed Jeelani, famous singer and social activist, joined National Conference in presence of party president Dr. Farooq Abdullah at Nawa e Subah Srinagar.
“Party General Secretary and Provincial President Kashmir were also present on the occasion,” it tweeted.
Also, twenty-two workers of various political parties joined the party in Jammu in presence of its provincial president Devender Singh Rana and pledged to work for serving the people as per policies and programmes of the party.
Welcoming the new entrants into the party fold, Rana said the NC is the only choice for all those who want to take the state towards peace, progress and development.
He greeted the workers and hoped that they will reach out to the people and serve them by getting redressal to their problems.
NC’s OBC cell co-chairperson Abdul Gani Teli also welcomed the new entrants and expressed confidence that with their joining, the party will be further strengthened at the grassroots level.