‘Advocating for statehood, public issues in Parliament our party’s agenda’: DPAP chief

Jammu, Apr 6 (UNI) Former chief minister and Democratic Progressive Azad Party chairman Ghulam Nabi Azad on Saturday while underlining the significance of unity, urged voters to prioritise candidates dedicated to raising public issues in Parliament.

Addressing a public meeting at Hiranagar, Kathua, he appealed voters to carefully consider candidates who are committed to representing public interests and advocating for their concerns in Parliament.

“Unity is the cornerstone of progress and development. It is imperative that we elect representatives who prioritise the needs and aspirations of the people they serve,” he said.

Azad highlighted his record of raising major issues in Parliament as LoP, contrasting it with the silence of MPs from other parties.

“The other MPs have failed. What do you expect from them? If you need public issues to be raised, you should vote for our party, whose symbol is a bucket,” he said.

He underscored the importance of electing representatives who actively engage with and address the concerns of the public.

He urged voters to consider the track record of candidates and prioritise those committed to advocating for the community’s interests in Parliament.

Azad reiterated his firm stance against the revocation of statehood and his efforts to safeguard land and job protection in the region.

He highlighted the potential of Jammu and Kashmir and criticised those who underestimate its resources.

“We must reclaim our statehood and fight for our land and job rights in Parliament,” stated Azad.

“A strong presence in Parliament is essential to advocate for the interests of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.”

He urged the people to unite and support DPAP’s efforts to secure statehood and protect the rights of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

Azad pledged to prioritise job creation, infrastructure development, establishment of colleges and improvement of roads if the people choose DPAP’s MPs and support him to form the government.

He emphasised his mission to uplift the poor and needy, stating, “My sole purpose is to serve my people, which is why I have returned to my state.”

Azad reiterated his commitment to the betterment of Jammu and Kashmir, promising to work tirelessly for the welfare of its people.

In his impassioned appeal, he underscored the imperative of selecting representatives based on their dedication to serving the interests of all citizens, irrespective of religious affiliations.

Azad’s call for unbiased voting resonates amidst concerns of divisive rhetoric and sectarianism.

He implored voters to transcend religious prejudices and instead focus on electing candidates who prioritise the welfare of every individual, regardless of religious background.

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