Religio-regional unity imperative for J&K’ harmony: Kichloo

Saying that Jammu and Kashmir was passing through a most difficult phase, former minister and National Conference (NC) MLC, Sajjad Ahmed Kichloo on Monday cautioned the people against peace inimical elements while maintaining that religio-regional unity is imperative for harmonious growth of the State.
“Some political outfits, which have failed to deliver and keep commitments with the people, were trying to divide the state on religious and regional lines as a diversionary tactic without realising how detrimental it was for the larger interest of the people,” Kichloo said while addressing NC office bearers and workers at Kishtwar this morning.
Kichloo said that NC will not allow such machinations to succeed and urged the cadre to play frontal role in isolating such elements, who for lust of power had joined the hands by negating peoples’ mandate.
The former minister stressed the need for channelizing energies of the youths for strengthening the party at grass root level by actively involving them in party related affairs. He said that youth hold key to bringing change in the society and hoped that they will be provided larger space in the prevailing political scenario. Speaking on this occasion District President, Tanveer Ahmed Kichloo while slamming the government for its failure in mitigating the problems faced by the people of the Kishtwar District, said that employees are without salaries even on the Diwali festival.
Tanvir refereed to the problems confronted to the people on account of rations through CAPD Department and said that no sugar was given to the people on the eve of Diwali as was promised by the government.

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