Sajad Lone tours Sopore, Rafiabad constituencies in District Baramulla
Srinagar: J&K Peoples Conference (PC) President Sajad Gani Lone along with PC senior Vice President Abdul Gani Vakil today visited various areas in Sopore and Rafiabad constituencies in District Baramulla essentially to interact with party workers, make social visits, and offer condolences.
A statement of PC issued here said that Lone visited Magraypora in Sopore constituency where he enquired about the health of senior PC worker Mohammad Ramzan Baba and interacted with a delegation of prominent party workers and representatives in the area. He further visited Warpora and Nowpora Kalan in Sopore where he held a series of interactions with party workers.
The PC President also visited various areas in Rafiabad constituency. He visited the residence of Adv Bashir Ali Sahib, former PC Vice President and longtime associate of Late Abdul Gani Lone sahib, in Watergam to enquire about his health. He prayed for good health and swift recovery of Bashir Ali sahib.
Lone also visited the family of ex-senior block president Haji Mohd Afzal Khan in Kangroosa to condole his loss. He expressed his heartfelt sympathies with the bereaved family, offered Fatiha, and prayed for eternal peace to the deceased soul.
Lone and Vakil also toured Rawoocha, Gund Karim Khan, and various villages in the Rafiabad constituency where they met a number of worker delegations and were apprised of the problems and hardships faced by the people in the area.
Lone later visited the residence of senior VP Abdul Gani Vakil in Nowpora where he was accompanied by other leaders of the party including Basharat Bukhari, Adv Bashir Ahmed Dar, Mohammad Ashraf Mir, Raja Aijaz Ali, Spokesperson Adnan Ashraf Mir, District President Baramulla Asif Lone among others.
While interacting with the workers, the PC President exhorted them to strengthen the party structure on the ground and intensify mass-contact outreach and help the people in getting their problems redressed.
PC senior Vice President Abdul Gani Vakil while interacting with the workers said that the agriculture and horticulture sectors have been shattered in the last few years due to COVID and weather vagaries, especially in areas of Sopore and Rafiabad constituency. He urged the administration to immediately waive off KCC loans of all farmers and orchardists of Kashmir valley as they are unable to repay their loans. He has urged for adequate compensation and market intervention initiatives to help the farmers and orchardists to sustain their livelihood against the prevailing odds.