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Prominent political activists from Bandipora, Pulwama, Shopian, Ganderbal join Apni Party

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SRINAGAR: Prominent political activists from Bandipora, Pulwama, Shopian and Ganderbal including a Sarpanch on Monday joined Apni Party at its office in Lal Chowk Srinagar.

The joining ceremonies took place in presence of Party President Syed Muhammad Altaf Bukhari, Senior Vice-President and former minister Ghulam Hassan Mir, Vice-President Usman Majeed, Vice President Zaffar Iqbal Manhas, Provincial President Kashmir Mohammad Ashraf Mir, DDC Chairperson Srinagar Malik Aftab, Media Advisor Farooq Andrabi, District President Srinagar Noor Muhammad Sheikh, District President Pulwama Ghulam Mohammad Mir, District President Bandipora Syed Shafat Kazimi, Javaid Ahmad from Ganderbal, Party coordinator South Kashmir Showkat Gayoor, General Secretary District Bandipora Muhammad Yusuf Mir, Nazir Ahmad BDC Chairman Hajin and Javaid Ahmad Mir from Bandipora.

Besides, Abdul Rashid Khan Sarpanch Ajas-E, a delegation from different parts of district Bandipora comprising of political workers Mumtaz Ahmad, Muhammad Maqbool Rather, Habibullah Rather, Naseer Ahmad Mir, Mumtaz Ahmad Rather, Fayaz Ahmad Mir, Ghulam Muhammad Lone and Showkat Ahmad Rather, Tariq Ahmad Hajam, Naseer Ahmad Mir and Fayaz Ahmad Rather joined Apni Party.

Political activists who joined the Party from Pulwama, Ganderbal and Shopian included: Javaid Ahmad Javaid, Mohammad Abbas Kohli, Noor Hussain Kohli, Mohammad Shafi Gojri, Mohammad Yaseen Teli and Mukhtar Ahmad Mir.

The Party President Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari welcomed the new entrants saying that Apni Party is committed to work for an equitable development of Jammu and Kashmir and would take all measures to ensure the welfare of people.

“Apni Party has always shown perseverance in voicing the concerns that matter most to the common people. Peoples’ trust in Apni Party and the confidence that got reflected in the recent DDC elections is a proof signifying that people of J&K are emancipated and can judge the political parties on merit,” Bukhari said.

We abstain from the malevolent hollow sloganeering and absurd claims on social media. People have reposed their faith in us and I am sure they will continue to do so on the basis of our performance on ground rather than the number of tweets per hour,” he added.

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