People from all regions endorse Apni Party’s developmental agenda: Altaf Bukhari
JAMMU: Apni Party President Syed Mohammed Altaf Bukhari on Thursday said his party’s developmental agenda is widely being accepted in all the regions of Jammu and Kashmir.
Altaf Bukhari was addressing party leaders and workers during a joining programme here at Apni Party Office, Gandhi Nagar. The joining programme was organized by the State Secretary of the party, Mohinder Parihar.
During the programme, dozens of National Conference leaders, and workers from the Inderwal assembly constituency in District Kishtwar joined Apni Party in the presence of Bukhari.
Those who joined Apni Party from Inderwal constituency include Ashiq Hussain, Haji Bashir, Bashir Ahmed, Haji Lal Din, Haji Jamal Din, Saidullah, Haji Quassim, Abdul Latief, Saif Din, Mohd Latief, Noor Din, Haji Jamal, Ali Hussain, and others.
While welcoming the new entrants into the party fold, he hoped that their joining would strengthen the roots of the party in the Inderwal assembly constituency.
He while addressing the party leaders and workers said that the people from all the regions have endorsed the developmental agenda and policy of the Apni Party for the protection of natural resources, and the rights of the people of J&K.
“Inderwal constituency is one of the remote and under-developed constituencies of District Kishtwar because the traditional political parties hardly bothered about the developmental concerns of the people,” he said.
“The Apni Party if forms the next Govt, will ensure equitable development in all the regions and funds will also be distributed as per the requirement of the respective district to overcome the backwardness and underdevelopment. We will give special thrust on the infrastructural development in the rural areas of Jammu and Kashmir as it is our top priority,” he assured.
“We will implement our policy for the overall development of all the regions. The people have faced discrimination with regard to the poor infrastructural development due to the partial distribution of funds which ultimately affected the progress of the ongoing developmental projects. We still see many prestigious projects are incomplete and the authorities seem to be unconcerned about the public issues like requirement of footbridges, road connectivity, health centers, poor staff in schools and hospitals, etc,” he said.