Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister
Omar Abdullah has asked National Conference workers to reach
out to people so that a link can be established between the
public and the government.
"The party workers need to activate themselves to ensure
that the message and the achievements of the coalition
government reach the people... And the government in turn,
gets regular and credible feedback from ground," Omar said
yesterday while addressing a meeting of district party
presidents of Kashmir region.
The National Conference-Congress coalition government is
committed to the holistic and equitable development of the
state, he said.
The meeting comes days after an NC worker died allegedly
in police custody, creating a political storm in the state.