Congress Reviews Organizational Activities

Srinagar, August 12 : The Party held a meeting of senior Leaders and legislators, contesting candidates and others senior leaders in Srinagar, in which prominent leaders from all the districts participated. The meeting was presided over by J&K Pradesh Congress Committee, President G.A. Mir. Senior AICC Leaders and MP Madhusan Mistry, Hussain Dalwai PRO, APRO Maqsud Mirza and DROs appointed by AICC participated.

Congress reviewed the Organizational affairs and activities in all the three regions of the State. The party also reviewed the organization elections being held in the State very shortly.

Commenting on the Membership drive of the Congress Party in the State, G.A. Mir expressed satisfaction over the successful Membership drive, which has entered into its final phase paving the way for holding organizational elections from booth level in the entire State.


G.A. Mir informed the meeting that Party is completing the organizational elections at booth level from Ist to 15th and from 15th to 25th September Block level elections will be completed and subsequently the district level elections will be completed from 25th to 10th September. He urged upon the rank and file of the Party to gear up for these elections and ensure that no booth in the state remains untouched in any part of the State.

He said both PDP BJP are responsible for the current fiasco in the State, despite being in power, both PDP BJP are contradicting each other inorder to hoodwink people to serve their vested interests, but the matter of fact is that both parties are playing with the emotions for power.
 

 

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