Omar: NC as major opposition party will pursue public interest matters PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 21 March 2015 16:07

altJehlum Post News/Jammu/ March 17, 2015/ Working President National Conference Mr Omar Abdullah on Tuesday called upon his party legislators to highlight the issues of immense public importance in general and the problems confronted to the people in their Constituencies in particular and seek their immediate redressal. Chairing a meeting of the party’s MLAs and MLCs here this evening, Mr Abdullah, who is also the NC Leader of Legislative party said that the role assigned to the party by the people will be fulfilled with a sense of commitment.

  He said the Budget Session will offer ample opportunity to the members to raise their issues and join in vital discussions. Mr Abdullah said National Conference will play a constructive role as a major Opposition and is ready for debates on the issues of public interest.“National Conference respects the democratic values and keeping in view the party’s glorious traditions, the members will play their useful role in steering the state to peace, progress and development”He urged the party legislators to gear up for the challenges, especially as the state is passing through a crucial phase with political opportunism having overtaken over the manifestos and ideologies. “In such a scenario, it becomes all the more important for National Conference to see the interests of this sensitive state are not jeopradised in any way”, he said, adding that the party has a prominent role in making the government to act on promises made during elections. The Legislature Party thrashed out its strategy to confront the Government on various important issues during the Budget Session starting from tomorrow. The meeting was attended by all the MLAs and MLCs.

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