KASHMIR NEWS TRUST #KNT
Democratic Progressive Azad Party chairman Ghulam Nabi Azad Sunday said that the time has come for the assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir and it is undemocratic to deprive the people of elected government for a long time.
He was addressing a public gathering in North Kashmir’s Bandipora district where he said that it was during his tenure as Chief Minister that Bandipora was granted district status and since then the development in the district has come to a halt.
“There is no hope, only despair, and anxiety. Someone has to come forward and fight it out for our bright future,” he said.
Azad promised that if the DPAP is elected to power it will ensure the poor are provided free electricity and other benefits so that they won’t face a burden on their budget. while addressing a public gathering at Bandipora.
Azad as per the news agency Kashmir News Trust that he doesn’t make false promises
He said the socioeconomic indicators of Jammu and Kashmir are concerning since it is being pushed to a dark era. He said the economic opportunities are dwindling so is the per capita income. Similarly, no new avenues and job opportunities are created despite thousands of youth every year completing their education. [KNT]