Sagar confident of NC’s invigorative ‘Come Back’ PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 09 February 2015 08:12

altJehlum Post News/Jammu/Feb 03, 2015/Asserting that National Conference will bounce back with its full strength, General Secretary Mr Ali Mohammed Sagar on Wednesday said the forward looking policies and programmes of the party besides massive cadre-base spread across the state stand guarantee for it. “Meeting challenges is not new for National Conference; more the challenges and more resolute we remain in overcoming these”, Mr Sagar said while addressing the party functionaries of Reasi district. Provincial President Mr Devender Singh Rana was among the senior leaders present in the meeting, held to review poll performance in the assembly elections. He said the party has surmounted numerous challenges ever-since its inception and history stands testimony to the fact how Sher-e-Kashmir Sheikh Mohammed braved the odds during

most testing times and infused new vigour in the cadre. “This spirit has to be emulated for restoring pristine glory of National Conference and its premier character in the state politics”, he added.The General Secretary recalled the skepticism of the party adversaries, who had raised a question mark over the longevity of Omar Abdullah led government in 2009 but the stewardship given by the young leader steered Jammu and Kashmir to a new era of progress, development and peace. He referred to the singleminded and resolute response of Mr Omar Abdullah during the devastating September floods last year and said his organizing capacity averted a big catastrophe in terms of human loss.  While sharing his assessment of electoral performance and the response of cadre post-lections, the Provincial President said that functionaries and workers at the grass roots level had taken the results to their stride with a resolve to galvanise around the leadership to meet the challenges. “The party rank and file is gearing up to bounce back in a befitting manner”, Mr Rana said, adding that the public outreach has been enhanced in the recent days in a big way. The party functionaries from Reasi shared their assessment with the leadership and assured that they will not be seen wanting in reactivating Sher-e-Kashmir’s great movement at the grass roots level. Mr Sagar and Mr Rana lauded the enthusiasm among the workers and said their outreach programme is imperative for generating awareness among the people especially the young voters about the role played by National Conference during the chequeered history of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. Prominent among those present in the meeting included senior leaders Mr Abdul Gani Malik, Mr Rattan Lal Gupta, Th Kashmira Singh, Sheikh Bashir Ahmed and Mr Jugal Mahajan.

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