Ambika Soni on a day long visit of Srinagar
Takes stock of organizational activities and affairs
Srinagar: Ambika Soni, AICC General Secretary, Incharge J&K affairs arrived here today on a day long visit to take stock of the organizational affairs and activities in Kashmir valley.
A party spokesman in a statement said that she interacted with grass root level delegates from South, Central and north Kashmir.
Soon after arrival she held detailed interactions with legislators and senior functionaries of the Party and held deliberations about the present atmosphere of State, said the spokesman.
Later, she held separate meetings with Block Presidents of the valley besides other party cadres.
Earlier, she was briefed by PCC President G.A. Mir about the state of affairs including the present prevailing situation in the valley, besides constitution of PCC, DCC Delegations, Block Presidents and also apprised her about other organizational activities including the ongoing process of constitution of district Units in Kashmir Valley. Mir also apprised her about the overall security scenario of the valley.
The spokesman said that Mir while speaking on the occasion expressed serious concern over the extremely volatile situation in the valley describing it as fall out of wrong policies adopted by both State and Central Govts.
Mir also apprised the General Secretary about Congress Party’s efforts for restoration of peace.
“Congress Party being the only unifying force in the country and state will continue to work for peace and stability, he said, adding, party feels concerned about the violence and bloodshed, which is a matter of great concern and urged upon the Govt to take effective measures to put an end to violence.
Speaking on the occasion Ambika Soni asked the party cadres to strengthen Congress party under the young and dynamic leadership of Rahul Gandhi.
Ambika Soni urged upon them to work for the well-being of the people and expressed great concern over the prevailing situation in valley, saying that people are facing great hardships due to the extremely volatile situation prevailing in Kashmir valley.