Srinagar, Nov 4: Peoples Conference President Friday said that Jammu and Kashmir needs politics of inclusivity and hope, not of favoritism and hopelessness. He said that to achieve this objective, Peoples’ Conference is tirelessly working towards empowering the people by placing Kashmir first, above all other fragmented identities and differences of opinion.
Addressing the gathering of workers he said that safeguarding the interests of the people, especially the youth of J&K is the biggest leadership challenge in the current times. The people of J&K need a sympathetic and honest government that puts the needs of the people first, above its own partisan interests.
Lamenting the lack of connect between the administration and the masses, PC President said that the woes of the common masses on the ground are mounting with each passing day and that the administration needs to go beyond the rhetoric and make sincere efforts to engage the people of J&K for a lasting solution to the present challenges.
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