Forming own party in J&K aimed at fulfilling unfinished agenda of development : Azad

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 Democratic Progressive Azad Party (DPAP) Chairman Ghulam Nabi Azad on Monday said that his idea to return to regional politics and forming own political party in Jammu and Kashmir is aimed at fullfilling the unfinished agenda of development and those projects which were left midway after he left the office of Chief Minister.

“Had I been power hungry, I would have never quit the National politics where I could have enjoyed more power,” said Azad addressing party workers at Bhaderwah town and Sindhra bhalla block in Doda district.

“In National politics, one have opportunity to enjoy power and have less stress of work but in regional politics there are lot of many issues to address and less chances to enjoy the power due to direct dealings on ground,” he said.

The DPAP Chairman said that despite knowing it, he choose to return the regional politics, adding, “I came back to my people because I want to serve them and do whatever is required for the peace and progress of Jammu and Kashmir.”

Azad said that during his tenure, he sanctioned and executed lots of projects but lot more is required to be done.

“Give me and my party a chance to deliver,” he said, adding that the DPAP is meant for the welfare of people and workers must focus on public meetings in their respective areas.

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