Mohammad Ashraf Mir welcomes new entrants
Srinagar: Former CP Youth Secretary Sonwar Muzaffar Hafiz, along with a dozen young activists, joined the Apni party on Friday at the party’s central office in M2 Church Lane, Sonwar.
The accession ceremony took place in the presence of former minister and provincial party chairman Kashmir Mohammad Ashraf Mir, district chairman Srinagar Noor Mohammad Sheikh, district chairman Kupwara Raja Manzoor and DDC chairman Srinagar Malik Aftab.
The accession ceremony was hosted by the District Youth President Srinagar Mohsin Zaffar Shah. On this occasion, the young leading militants Rouf Ahmad Plsez & Basit as well as many others also joined the party.
Welcoming the new entrants to the party fold, Mohammad Ashraf Mir said that the Apni party is a dynamic political platform that has always raised issues relating to the welfare of young people and that most of its active members are young people. energetic and talented.
“The Party leadership is well aware of the difficulties encountered by the young people of J&K, especially with regard to the scarce employment opportunities. However, empowering youth and creating employment opportunities in J&K remains one of the party’s main programs. Our leaders are determined to make unremitting efforts to alleviate the suffering of young people and if the party comes to power we will ensure that every person has access to a decent livelihood, ”he said.
He also urged the new entrants to work diligently for the well-being of the people of their respective regions and to listen to their urgent appeals for its immediate recovery. “Young people have immense potential and using this potential in the service of society and oppressed sections is a moral obligation. It is the power of youth that has changed the very fate of nations and I have a firm belief that our young people are very talented and learned who, given ample opportunity, can lead J&K to new heights of progress and achievement. prosperity, ”he added.
The new entrants thanked the party leadership for letting them join the party cadres while claiming that it was the party’s deliverance on the ground that influenced their decision. They also pledged to strengthen the party at the local level, especially in Sonwar constituency.
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