Omar succeeded in laying strong infrastructural edifice: Rana
Ramban, Sep 5: Provincial President National Conference Devender Singh Rana on Thursday said that a strong edifice of infrastructural development has been laid during ongoing term of the Omar Abdullah led government across Jammu and Kashmir .
“The momentum will be sustained and carried forward with a renewed vigour and a sense of commitment in the next spell beginning 2014,” Rana said.
“Restoration of peace; sense of security; transparent, responsive and accountable administration; employability apart from inclusive development have been the hall mark of the government during the past over four and half years, which is being even acknowledged by the ardent critics, who were apprehensive about the turn-around in situation in the wake of most volatile situation of 2008”, Rana said while addressing District Party workers monthly meeting held at Maitra, near here.
Rana lauded the stewardship of Chief Minister for taking off his innings on a promising note and restoring peace.
“This was the biggest challenge keeping in view of the situation obtaining at that point of time and obstacles being created by those having vested interest in disturbed conditions. The teething problems were really challenging mainly because the frustrated elements, after having lost the hope to regaining power, indulging in disruption,” Rana said.
“National Conference will continue its efforts to ensure a peaceful atmosphere for people to lead a dignified life and taste the fruit of development and prosperity”, he said while spelling out path-breaking initiatives taken by the government for empowering people, ensuring development and meeting the tough challenge of creating opportunities for the unemployed educated youth.
Rana urged the party workers to generate awareness among the people, especially those living in mountainous and far off areas, about the steps taken by the government since 2009 for their welfare and emancipation.
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