`Be catalyst in political stability of J&K`
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Last Updated: Tuesday, June 14, 2011, 19:25
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday asked his National Conference workers and office bearers to be a catalyst in the socio-economic and political stability of the state and make the masses aware about the programmes and policies of the government.

"You should be an important catalyst in the socio-economic and political stability of the state and show your strength to detractors by the unity and universal public service," Omar said addressing a party meeting in central Kashmir Budgam district on Tuesday.

Omar asked the party workers to make the people aware at all levels about the new and innovative measures the present government has taken for the holistic and equitable development of the state.

"Your voice is the voice of people and it will be given due weightage to address the public grievances and ensure justice to all," he said.

The Chief Minister said the NC workers should uphold the high principles of amity, brotherhood, equality and compassion even for those who do not belong to party's political philosophy.

He said history bears testimony for the sacrifices National Conference has rendered to uphold public cause under all circumstances.

Omar asserted that the party would continue to espouse its stand for peace, development and political stability of the state.

Asserting that the "false propaganda" against National Conference stands no water, Omar said people of the state recognise the elements who inimical towards the NC as their only political mannerism.


First Published: Tuesday, June 14, 2011, 19:25

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