Addressing public meetings at Subash Nagar, Bohri and Sainik Colony areas of
“Although NC leadership developed their personal relations with rulers at Delhi to remain in power but they (NC leaders) never initiate any sincere effort to take people of Jammu and Kashmir close to their counter parts in other parts of the country”, she said and added that NC leadership was responsible for increasing alienation of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Pointing towards recent results of the elections in five states, PDP chief observed that people were fed up with the old parties and were looking for better alternatives to get their problems solved. She said that victory of Samajwadi Party (SP) in UP and Janta Dal in
“PDP led regime in the State has set an example of good governance by providing corruption free administration and transparent system to the people”, she said and reminded the gathering it was only during the regime of PDP that every regions and sub-regions were treated equally.
Addressing the meeting at Bohri in which majority of the gathering was Kashmiri Pandit migrants, PDP chief regretted that habitants of Kashmiri Pandits lack basic amenities. “Since early 90s Kashmiri Pandits have been living in different areas of
Highlighting problems of the Kashmiri migrants, PDP chief reiterated her party’s commitment of creating conductive atmosphere for their honourable return to their native place.
Dr Sameer Koul, in his address, called upon the displaced Kashmiri Pandits to look for better future and forget the past. He said that PDP was the only party which was committed to address problems of the all sections of the society. He reminded the gathering it was only during the regime of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed that many steps were taken to address grievances of the displaced community. He further said that only a leader like the stature of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed can create atmosphere for the honourable return of migrants to their native places. He called upon the displaced people to strengthen hands of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and Mehbooba Mufti.
Thakur Balbir Singh, Daman Bhasin, Shanti Devi, Rajinder Singh Manhas, Suresh Sharma, R K Bali, Kunti Devi, Ashok Bhat, Ramesh Koul, Susheela Jamwal, Gurdeep Singh Panday, Somnath Kandi, Goja, Nanaji Bhat, Vinod Mawa and others addressed the meetings.