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altJehlum Post News|Jammu| December 18, 2014|With a promise to formulate a comprehensive programme and policy for the socio-economic growth and development of Jammu region, patron of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Mufti Mohammad Sayeed Thursday winded up his aggressive election campaign for the fifth and final phase by addressing series of public meetings at R S Pura and Gandhi Nagar assembly segments in support of party candidates Sardar Trilok Singh Bajwa, Bhushan Dogra and Amrik Singh Reen on the last day of campaigning. During the meeting at R S Pura, former Mayor of Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) and prominent leader of Jammu region Manmohan Choudhary joined the PDP along with hundreds of his supporters in the presence

of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed. “Formation of PDP government in Jammu and Kashmir is inevitable because people have made up their mind to give PDP a chance to provide them accountable and corruption free government”, Mufti said while speaking in these meetings amid severe cold. He observed that it was result of the good governance of the previous PDP led coalition that there was realization among all sections of the society and among residents of all regions of the State that only PDP has the vision and commitment to address their aspirations. He reminded the people that during its tenure of just three years PDP government had treated all regions equally and decentralized powers at grass loot level by political and economically empowering all regions and sub-regions of the State.”. “Credit goes to the PDP led regime that first time after 1947, all regions were treated equally in developmental and other activities”, he maintained and added that it was after 2002 that successful efforts were made to empower all regions to remove the sense of inequality and discrimination.

Reaffirming his commitment to formulate a comprehensive policy to cope up with the problem of unemployment in the State, Mufti made it point to remind the people that it was during his tenure that an investment worth 10,000 crore was made to develop industry in Jammu region. “I had traveled across the country to convince the investors to invest in the State”, he said. He assured that his party has vision to address the problem of unemployment. At R S Pura, Mufti reiterated his commitment to start on the spot recruitment in the border areas so as to provide employment to the youth. He said that PDP has been propagating the agenda of peace, unity and reconciliation in this region”, he said and reminded the party workers that with 16 MLAs PDP has changed political discourse of the state and has laid strong foundation of peace and inter-regional unity in Jammu and Kashmir. “We will continue our policy of peace and reconciliation to establish lasting peace on the borders”, he said at R S Pura.
He reminded the gathering that during its tenure the PDP led regime had proved its capability of changing life of the common masses by treating all individual equally and providing equal opportunities to all sections of the society.  “During our tenure we generated governance consciousness among the people and residents of Jammu and Kashmir had a taste of good governance and pro-people administration”, he said. During the rally at Gandhi Nagar, Mufti reminded that it was during the regime of PDP that civic amenities were provided to the people of the city and a beautification plan was launched to develop parks in the outskirts of Jammu city. Terming Jammu as historic city of the country, he promised to restore historic importance of this city and would develop this city as gate way of Jammu and Kashmir.

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