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Altaf Bukhari demands restoration of democratic system in J&K on eve of R-Day

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Says no alternative to an elected Govt, chairs Provincial Level Meeting in Jammu

Jammu: Apni Party President Syed Mohammed Altaf Bukhari has demanded restoration of democratic rights in Jammu and Kashmir on the eve of Republic Day.

Chairing a Provincial Level Meeting of Party leaders in Gandhi Nagar Office, Jammu; Altaf Bukhari reviewed the functioning of different wings of the Party and impressed upon all the leaders who attended the meeting to launch mass outreach programmes and public meetings in every nook and corner of Jammu Province.

He expressed his satisfaction with the working of the leaders and different wings of the Party which are active in all districts of Jammu Province.

He however asked the leaders to launch coordinated public outreach programmes and meetings to make people aware about the policies and programmes of the Party.

He lauded the role of the Party leaders of Jammu Province for highlighting the public issues and getting them resolved by the Govt.

He directed the Party leaders to work shoulder to shoulder with the people of all the districts particularly in remote and rural areas of the Province and ensure their development related issues can be highlighted and resolved accordingly.

Expressing his concern over the bureaucratic setup which has led to the feeling of alienation among the people and poor developmental activities, he said “There is no alternative to an elected Govt in Jammu and Kashmir.”

While the Republic Day is going to be celebrated tomorrow across the Country, he said the Apni Party will also hoist the national flag at its office to mark the celebration on January 26.

On this occasion, he hoped that the Govt of India should order restoration of democratic system by announcing assembly polls in J&K without further delay.

“The Govt should declare restoration of Statehood to J&K as well as assembly elections. The elections should not be delayed further,” he said while hoping for some positive development from the Government of India on Republic Day.

Addressing the provincial level meeting of Party leaders, he said “On January 26, we are going to celebrate Republic Day like rest of the States and Union Territories of the Country and on this day, we expect restoration of our constitutional rights to elect our representatives as we are being deprived of our rights guaranteed by the Constitution of India,” he added.

The meeting was attended by all the Office Bearers, different wings which include District Office Bearers, Frontal Heads, Women Wing, Trade Union, Youth Wing, Student Union, SC/ST/OBC Wings etc.

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