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altJehlum Post News/Jammu/April 12, 2015/Stating that his vision is not only restricted to running the affairs of the Government but to work on a much bigger canvas, Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed has reiterated his resolve to bring the State out of political uncertainty and provide an effective and accountable administration that connects with the people on the ground. Mufti Sayeed was speaking in the Legislative Council today after Haji Anayat Ali and Jehangir Hussain Mir were unanimously elected as Chairman and

the Deputy Chairman of the J&K Legislative Council respectively.Reassuring the people on providing an inclusive government that gives representation to all the regions, the Chief Minister said it is the people whose writ will run in the State. “By voting in such large numbers, the people have given immense strength to the institution of democracy and laid a huge responsibility on our shoulders. We will not fear from small hiccups but will work on a bigger canvas by involving all stakeholders to take the State towards the path of development,” he added.Stating that democracy is a battle of ideas, Mufti Sayeed asked the Opposition to play its role constructively to keep the Government on its toes. “The Government will face many challenges. We see these challenges as opportunities in providing good governance to the people,” he stated. Congratulating Anayat Ali and Jahangir Hussain Mir, the Chief Minister said he is certain that they will emulate the legacy left behind by stalwarts like Syed Hussain and more recently Amrit Malhotra. “I am hopeful they will conduct the business of the House efficiently and facilitate the Members in raising issues of urgent public importance,” he added.Mufti Sayeed also appreciated the quality of debates in the recent Budget Session in the Upper House, especially praising former chairman Amrit Malhotra for efficiently conducting the business.

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