Jammu, November 05(Scoop News) – Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah who is also Working President of National Conference Monday asked the party workers to work tirelessly to achieve the motto of selfless public service enshrined in National Conference political agenda.
Omar Abdullah said that National Conference represents public aspirations and selfless service to people has been its goal all along. He said National Conference has always stood for amity, unity, brotherhood and equitable development of all the regions and sub-regions of the State. He asked the workers to strengthen this characteristic of National Conference and work for the cause and welfare of the State and its people.
Addressing the reception function organized by
Omar said ‘government never makes party but party makes government to serve the people’. He said that coalition government has made public service benchmark of its governance and workers have to strengthen the government to achieve this stupendous task. He told the workers to reach out people in every area, respond to their genuine grievances and work for their redressal at the government level.
The Chief Minister said that the achievements of the coalition government during last three and a half years are numerous and party workers need to make public aware about the historic initiatives taken by the coalition government on development and peace fronts. “You should tell the people of the goals realized on development front and measures afoot to give necessary fillip to economic growth and creation of jobs for youth” he added.
Asking the party rank and file to upgrade public rapport, Omar Abdullah said that he has also told legislators, ministers and advisors of his party to tour all parts of the State, interact with people, ascertain their feedback on status of development process and attend to their requirements. “This would also enable them to effectively remove the bottlenecks if any in the process of speedy and equitable development for which numerous schemes are being implemented in the State”, he maintained.
Provincial Vice President National Conference,