Prominent social, political activists from Chrar-e-Shareef, Sonwar join Apni Party
SRINAGAR, October 19: Apni Party general secretary Rafi Ahmad Mir has stressed on immediate completion of various developmental works of urgent nature in Kashmir Valley before the snowfall halts their progress.
Presiding over a meeting of prominent political workers of Pulwama constituency at Party office at The Bund in Lal Chowk Srinagar, Mir observed that the J&K administration needs to focus on the issues of basic amenities faced by the people across the Kashmir valley. The meeting was organized by Er. Showkat Gayoor and was also attended by district president Srinagar Noor Mohammad Sheikh and district president Pulwama Ghulam Mohammad Mir
“People in many parts of Valley especially in various areas of Srinagar city are immensely suffering from the scarcity of drinking water. Similarly there are long cuts in electricity supply in other districts at the beginning of this winter. I appeal the Lt. Governor led administration to take review of works under progress in essential services departments so that people do not face any inconvenience during the months of winter,” he added.
Meanwhile, many prominent political activists from Chrar-e-Shareef constituency joined Apni Party including former chairman rural employees’ wing and PDP senior vice president youth Shahgun Hussain, Haji Abdul Ahad, Abdul Majeed Bhat, Mohammad Maqbool Dar, Mushtaq Ahmad Dar, Aijaz Ahmad Dar, Nazir Ahmad Bhat, Javid Ahmad Dar, Gulzar Ahmad Thoker, Ghulam Nabi Bhat and Mohammad Ramzan Tantray
A prominent social activist Sajed Ahmad from Indira Nagar Sonawar constituency joined the Party in presence of Party general secretary Rafi Ahmad Mir, state secretary Muntazir Mohi-u-Din, district president Srinagar Noor Mohammad Shiekh, incharge Zadibal constituency Irfan Naqeeb, incharge Amirakadal constituency Aijaz Ahmad Rather, G. M Paul, Mohisn Zaffar Shah, Imtiyaz Rather and Showkat Ahmad.