Ahsan Pardesi urges people of the Valley to reaffirm faith in NC's vision

Chairs pivotal gathering at S.D Colony, Batamaloo in Lal Chowk constituency

Chairs pivotal gathering at S.D Colony, Batamaloo in Lal Chowk constituency

Srinagar, March 24 (KNS): A pivotal gathering was held today at S.D. Colony Batamaloo, where National Conference Vice President Kashmir and Incharge Lal Chowk Constituency, Ahsan Pardesi, rallied party workers and supporters ahead of the forthcoming parliamentary elections.

Addressing the gathering, Ahsan Pardesi highlighted the unwavering commitment of the National Conference to the welfare and political aspirations of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, whose voices have been suppressed since August 2019.

"Throughout its history, the National Conference has consistently stood as a guiding minaret for the aspirations and well-being of our people. Our commitment to their welfare remains unwavering, regardless of the challenges we face from opposing forces. It is this steadfast dedication, coupled with the unyielding support of the public, that truly defines our strength," Pardesi said.

He noted that individuals from opposing political factions acknowledge our influence while being apprehensive of our resilience in confronting challenges.

"Nevertheless, we stand resolute, bolstered by the trust and unwavering confidence entrusted to us by the people we are privileged to serve," Pardesi affirmed, encapsulating the enduring spirit and unwavering determination of Omar Abdullah sahib in striving for the betterment of J&K.

Encouraging attendees to amplify their outreach efforts and spotlight the National Conference's vision for the region, Pardesi asserted, "Now is the time for Kashmiris to reaffirm their faith in our party and its ideals. We possess a clear roadmap for the development and prosperity of Jammu and Kashmir."

The notable members present at the meeting included Block Secretary Omar Lone, Joint Secretary Gulzar Ahmed Bangroo, Youth National Conference Kashmir representative Fazil Bhat, Media Incharge Ishrat Bhat, along with Iqbal Ahmed, Nisar Bhat, Suhail Bhat, Farooq Ahmed, and Fayaz Ahmed.

As the session progressed, Pardesi stressed the significance of unity and collaboration, urging party members to prioritize the collective good over personal interests."(KNS)

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