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Nasir Aslam Wani chairs workers meeting of Block Amira kadal

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Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference Provincial President, Kashmir Nasir Aslam Wani Sogami on Tuesday chaired a meeting of key office bearers from Block Amira Kadal at the party headquarters Nawai Subh today.

The gathering, convened by Provincial Vice President Kashmir and Incharge of Lal Chowk Constituency, Ahsan Pardesi, witnessed Nasir Sogami encouraging the cadre to strengthen the party at the grassroots level.

He emphasized the National Conference’s unwavering commitment to representing the people’s political aspirations. Ahsan Pardesi highlighted the importance of public outreach programs to garner support for the National Conference, positioning it as a formidable force against political challenges and local issues. 

Among the attendees were Block President Hilal Ahmad Parray, Vice President Mohd Yousf, VP Central Zone YNC Fazil Bhat, Ishrat Bhat, and other prominent office bearers.

Interacting with the functionaries, Nasir said, “Over the past six years, Srinagar bore the brunt of successive lockdowns and curbs. Shopkeepers, artisans and marginal traders were not able to do their business here. We have more than three families living in one house. Youth of Srinagar are unemployed, the heritage is in shambles, and it has been years since the city infrastructure received any upgradation and augmentation.”

Failure of the government to upgrade the present urban infrastructure” in Srinagar, the NC leader said that the number of pump stations across Kashmir had seen no augmentation. Alluding to soaring urban poverty, he said that the urban poverty in Srinagar was another stark reality, which could not be undermined. “Thousands of households, particularly those of daily wagers, artisans, marginal traders, and those engaged in the private sector are facing many hardships due to penury induced by loss of jobs and slump in the economic activity. Scores of such families are not able to arrange two square meals for their families.”

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