Thursday, November 15, 2012

Darakhshan's Rally at Waterhail in Budgam ( 21st October 2012)

"Chief Minister’s coalition-excuse for dealing with corruption in J&K disappointing ”: Dr Darakhshan
Maulana Sheikh Abdul Gani felicitated SDP President
Darakhshan takes out a door to door march at Waterhail in Budgam
                    We are passing through very uncertain political situations in the state. Corruption rules J&K and government has now publically declared its intentions to allow corruption to flourish. Chief Minister’s coalition excuse for dealing with corruption in J&K is shocking and disappointing”, said Dr Darakhshan Andrabi, the President of Socialistic Democratic Party addressing a public gathering at Waterhail in Budgam today. Dr Andrabi was accompanied by the party representatives from Budgam and the prominent citizens of Budgam. On the occasion local prominent citizens led by Maulana Sheikh Abdul Gani felicitated Dr Darakhshan Andrabi for her overall political contribution in the area. SDP President carried out a day long door-to-door campaign in the area and took out a road rally also through the town. The rally culminated in a public gathering where Dr Darakhshan Andrabi addressed the gathering. She said that the previous and the present government and the present elected representative of this constituency have altogether neglected this area and so the people living here are experiencing complete backwardness and grave difficulties in every sphere of life. “Those whose make loud claims of the equal development of all areas of the state stand completely exposed here in this area”, said Dr Darakhshan Andrabi. She said that she has vowed to resolve the problems of the area and she will be there for the people in all circumstances. Dr Darakhshan Andrabi met people during her doo-to-door campaign and listened to the problems of locals. In her address Dr Darakhshan said that corruption has marred the public of J&K and the government has put its hands up to deal with it. She said that public has lost all hopes in the present government to deal with the issues confronting the people because the government only sells sentiments.

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