PDP holds meeting of its Srinagar leadership to devise forthcoming strategy
Srinagar: Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) on Wednesday held a meeting of its functionaries from Srinagar at the party’s head office here in which party’s strategy for the coming elections was discussed at threadbare.
Several corporators of Srinagar Municipal Corporation who recently joined the PDP also attended the meet and suggested various measures needed to register massive win in state’s summer capital during the coming parliament elections slated for next month.
The meeting was chaired by PDP’s senior leader, party’s State Secretary and Ex MLA Batamaloo Noor Mohammad Sheikh who while addressing the party functionaries termed the PDP as the only political force in the state that has remained in the forefront to pitch for the resolution of Kashmir issue through dialogue and reconciliation and in government addressed the development deficit of Srinagar on priority.
The PDP leader further asked the party functionaries and workers to step up their activities and hold constant consultations with ground level workers and activists at their respective constituencies.
Abdul Hameed Kosheen secretary PDP, Dr Ali Mohammad, Aijaz Ahmad Rather, District secretary PDP, Mohammad Shafi Kundangar, zone President Khaniyar, Zone President Batamaloo Bashir Ahmad Bhat, Zone President Eid Gah Ghulam Nabi Bhat several others took part in the meeting.