Shabnam Fayaz Pulwama 07/12:
In a significant gathering, the Jammu Kashmir Apni Party (JKAP) orchestrated a workers’ convention at Town Hall Pulwama, reinforcing its commitment to the well-being and development of the region. The event, presided over by provisional president Mohammad Ashraf Mir, underscored Apni Party’s mission to address the concerns of those whose voices were historically marginalized by traditional political entities in Jammu and Kashmir.
Mohammad Ashraf Mir, while addressing the convention, praised Apni Party for evolving into a platform that resonates with the aspirations of the people. He urged party workers to intensify their political engagement and public outreach initiatives, ensuring a broad understanding of Apni Party’s unequivocal policies and agenda.
Mir stated, “Apni Party has a very clear agenda, and that is to work for the peace, prosperity, and development of Jammu and Kashmir. We aspire for the political and economic empowerment of the people of the region.”
During the convention, Dr. Talat and Umer Jaan shared insights into strategies for upcoming political endeavors, encompassing electoral planning, community outreach, and effective communication strategies. The leadership took the opportunity to acknowledge the dedication of the party’s grassroots workers, recognizing them as the backbone of the organization.
The notable presence of Provincial Secretary Umer Jaan, District President Pulwama Ghulam Mohammad Mir, and other key figures highlighted the collective commitment of Apni Party’s leadership to connect with the grassroots. The occasion served as a platform to reinforce the party’s vision for a peaceful and prosperous Jammu and Kashmir.
Acknowledging the essential role of grassroots workers, the convention celebrated their dedication and contribution to the party’s objectives. The event concluded with a strong affirmation of Apni Party’s pledge to advocate for the political and economic empowerment of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.