SRINAGAR: While asking its cadres to ‘bridge the gap between people and government’, the Apni Party has called for early elections in Jammu and Kashmir.
The Apni Party’s Political Affairs Committee had a meeting in Srinagar today to discuss the prevailing political situation in Jammu and Kashmir. The meeting was presided by party president Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari.
According to the party’s official release, ‘Apni Party asked its cadre to bridge the gap between the people and the administration and gear up for upcoming Assembly polls, demanding that the polls should be held at an earliest”.
“In a prelude to strengthen the organization at grassroots, party’s outreach calendar was also rolled out where in the District Presidents were directed to ensure wide participation of the people.
During the meeting, a threadbare discussion was held on the political approach to be adopted in prevailing circumstances”, said the spokesman.
During the meeting, a resolution was passed strongly condemning the innocent civilian killings. The Party urged the LG-led government to safeguard the interests of the members of the minority and create a conducive and peaceful atmosphere.
In the meeting, emphasis was also laid on the participation of the party‘s youth wing in various pro-people programs. Participation of the youth in political affairs will embolden their voice and it is imperative for the empowerment of the youth, said Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari.
The meeting was attended by Party’s Senior Vice President GH Mir, Senior leader and Chairman Parliamentary Board Dilawar Mir, Vice Presidents Ch Zulfkar, Usman Majid, Javaid Mustafa Mir, Aijaz Ahmad Khan,Zaffar Manhas, General Secretaries Rafi Ahmad Mir, Vijay Bakaya and Syed Asgar Ali, Additional General Secretary Hilal Shah, Chief Coordinator Abdul Majeed Padder, Chief Spokeman Javaid Beigh, State Secretary Mohiudin Muntazir, Provincial President Kashmir Ashraf Mir, Provincial President Jammu Manjit Singh, Youth President Junaid Azim Mattu, District Presidents and former MLAs Noor Mohammad Shiekh, Shoaib Lone, Rahim Rather and Raja Manzoor.