Srinagar, Dec 9: About a dozen political workers from south Kashmir district of Kulgam on Wednesday joined Apni Party (AP) in Srinagar.
A spokesman of AP claimed that about a dozen prominent political workers including three Panchayat representatives from district Kulgam on Wednesday joined the AP at its office in Lal Chowk Srinagar.
The political workers who joined the Apni Party included: Imtiyaz Ahmad Bhat Panch Waripora, Waseem Ahmad Mir Panch Masjidpora, Nisar Ahmad Palla Panch Palpora, Imtiyaz Ahmad Nayak, Wajahat Hussain Bhat, Abdul Rashid Nayak, Waseem Ahmad Nayak, Sajad Ahmad Nayak, Muzaffar Ahmad Nayak, Abdul Hamid Wani and Abdul Rashid Wani.
He said the new entrants to the AP observed that they were convinced with the developmental agenda of the Party and its pro-people approach adopted to mitigate their sufferings.
On this occasion while welcoming the new entrants into the party-fold, the Party president Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari impressed upon the new entrants to extend their full cooperation to the AP in getting the problems of their areas resolved.
“In AP we all work as a team to address the sufferings of people in a proactive manner. I hope that you all will work unitedly to redress the problems and miseries of people in your respective areas besides working for strengthening the Party cadre base at the grassroots level,” Bukhari remarked.
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