Apni Party emerges as hope among youth in J&K: Ghulam Hassan Mir 

Youth from Gandhi Nagar assembly constituency joins Apni Party

Youth from Gandhi Nagar assembly constituency joins Apni Party

JAMMU, FEBRUARY 12:(KNS)  Apni Party Senior Vice President Ghulam Hassan Mir has said that his Party has emerged as hope among the youth in Jammu and Kashmir.

Addressing a joining programme which was organized by Provincial President Women Wing Jammu Namrta Sharma, Mir said that “The youth have developed faith in policies and programmes of the Party which assures prosperous future with positive approach towards development and employment.”

Welcoming the youth from the Gandhi Nagar assembly constituency, he said that the joining of youth has strengthened the Party on the ground and they assured to take forward the message of the Party among the people.

He said that “The growing unemployment has given rise to the feeling of instability in future and hopelessness with less chance of job opportunities. However, the Apni Party has won the confidence of the people, especially youth, with its equitable development based policy.”

Meanwhile, Namrta Sharma, Provincial President Women Wing said that Apni Party will leave no stone unturned to fight for the genuine rights of the unemployed youth, women and other sections of the society.

“We believe in the unity of all the sections and their equal representation. The Party would work for the redressal of the issues that is why the youth have entrusted their faith in the policies and programmes of the Party,” Namrta added.

Namrta said that Gandhi Nagar constituency which was represented by the politicians of two major political parties lacks development and other basic amenities.

“The routine issues like street lights, garbage collection, electricity supply, clean drinking water and employees often remain unaddressed and former representatives never return to many of the localities once they get elected from this constituency,” Namrta said.

Namrta said that the constituency needs leadership which represents section of society with no discrimination. 

Namrta said that the women's safety, development, and employment will remain on priority of her agenda. 

Namrta was accompanied by Provincial Vice President Women Wing Pavneet Kour and other leaders.(KNS

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