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DPAP intends to contest on all 5 LS seats to address pressing issues : Azad

Addresses public meeting in Samba
01:43 AM Jan 29, 2024 IST | GK NEWS SERVICE
dpap intends to contest on all 5 ls seats to address pressing issues   azad
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Jammu, Jan 28: Former Chief Minister and Chairman Democratic Progressive Azad Party (DPAP) Ghulam Nabi Azad today said that his party intends to contest on all Lok Sabha seats in Jammu and Kashmir for representation in Parliament to address pressing issues.

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According to a press note ,he was addressing a public meeting at Samba. “Defeating other parties should be achieved through tangible work, rather than relying on false promises. Our party is committed to the welfare of the people, fighting for their rights, land, and jobs,” Azad said. He added ,"We do not change or stand differently in different places. What I speak in Jammu, I speak in Delhi. This underscores his unwavering commitment to transparency and sincerity in addressing the concerns of the public.”

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Azad stated that DPAP is committed to development across the religious and caste lines. He emphasised on “his commitment to ensure equal development across all regions.” Azad highlighted his past contributions, including granting district status to Samba and numerous developmental initiatives.

The former Chief Minister pledged to do even more with the support of the people. "I work for all, be it Hindus or Muslims, Sikh or Christian," he said. Expressing concern over prevailing issues, he stated that his return to J&K politics was driven by a desire to address the challenges faced by the people, particularly unemployment among the educated youth. Azad recalled his past commitment to a robust work culture during his tenure as Chief Minister and vowed to continue that dedication if elected again.

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DPAP Chairman urged people not to engage in religion politics. He advocated voting based on principles of development and peace.

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