Srinagar, Sept 29 : Days after launching the Democratic Azad Party (DAP) in Jammu, former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Ghulam Nabi Azad on Thursday held a meeting with selected party leaders from all 10 districts of Kashmir region.
The meeting, conducted today was attended by top DAP leaders including former ministers, legislators & DDC members.
Azad exhorted the party leaders to amplify their efforts to reach out to wider sections of society across the Kashmir valley.
While interacting with the party leaders, he said “we have to strive for an atmosphere, where basic needs of our people including development & other issues are addressed. On the other hand, the party has to keep up its peaceful and constitutional fight for the restoration of statehood, land & job rights. People are looking towards us to protect J&K’s social, political and cultural individuality as ever before. To achieve this goal, the party’s moves have to be marked by collectivism and better coordination at all levels’”.
The DAP meeting deliberated on the current political situation and measures to strengthen the party at the grassroots level.
It was decided that the DAP will launch a public outreach programme to strengthen the party at the constituency level.
Former Ministers Taj Mohi-ud-din, Peerzada Syed, G.M.Saroori, Ex MLA Haji Ab Rashid, Ex MLA Amin Bhatt, Ex MLA Gulzar Wani, Aslam Goni, Manzoor Ganai, Salman Nizami etc. were also present on the occasion.