Er. Rasheed visits various villages of Uri
Seeks rehabilitation of shopkeepers at Manchi Krand, interacts with youth of minority community
Uri, 26 May: AIP President Er. Rasheed today visited various villages of Uri to take stock of day to day issues of masses and interacted with many deputations.
Er Rasheed along with party office bearers Mir Khursheeed, Mohammad Rafiq Bhat, Abdul Qudoos and Mohammad Imran also visited Salamabad to offer his condolences to the family of Haji Atta Mohammad whose two members died in a tragic traffic accident at Gharkote Uri.
On the occasion, Er Rasheed was told that inadequate width of the roads is the main reason of frequent accidents taking place in the hilly areas. He appealed authorities to ensure widening of all important roads connecting remote villages with Uri and Bonyar towns.
Er Rasheed visited Manchi Krand where six shops were gutted in a fire incident few days back. While seeking rehabilitation of the shopkeepers Er Rasheed talked to Deputy Commissioner Baramulla who assured him of providing ex-gratia to the victims without delay.
Er Rasheed urged administration to take care of depilated roads and sought deployment of adequate staff in various Primary health centers, sub-centers and schools.
He thanked people of Uri for their massive support to AIP in the recently concluded parliament elections and assured masses that AIP will continue to speak for the rights and aspirations of people of entire state and will emerge as a strong and sustainable alternative to those political parties who have ruled the state but given nothing back to masses except sufferings and hardships.
He also had an interaction with youth hailing from minority Hindu community at Bandi Manchikrand and assured them of all sorts of help to highlight their genuine issues.
While thanking the entire minority community in the area for voting AIP despite negative propaganda by various political parties, Er Rasheed hailed the minority community in Uri for not migrating to Jammu or some other places and for preferring to live and die with their Muslim brothers.