J&K: Bukhari appeals PM to intervene for smooth verification process for jobs & Passport seekers

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Apni Party President Altaf Bukhari on Friday appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to intervene for a smooth verification process for job and passport aspirants in Jammu and Kashmir.

He also urged New Delhi to reciprocate the peaceful aspirations of the people in Jammu and Kashmir with positive initiatives.

Bukhari said this while addressing a party convention at Gund Khawaja Qasim village in north Kashmir’s Pattan. He appealed to the Prime Minister to intervene for a smooth verification process for job and passport aspirants.

He said the verifications for job and passport seekers are being hindered simply because some relative of the applicant was involved in something years or even decades ago.

“I request Prime Minister Sahib to intervene and ensure that verifications are not hindered on unnecessary grounds”, Bukhari said, adding that “people in Jammu and Kashmir have been contributing to peace and normalcy”.

He said New Delhi must reciprocate the peaceful aspirations of the people by initiating positive measures here.

The president of the Apni Party issued a call for unity and urged people to remain united in order to protect their rights.

“I humbly request you to encourage unity among people and never allow sectarian divides in society. Our enemies are strong; therefore, we need to be united”, he added.

He also urged people to reject the traditional political parties that have been deceiving them for years and decades.

Reiterating his ideas about the Apni Party’s vision and agenda, Bukhari said, “We want a peaceful and prosperous future for the young generation and the generations to come”.

He said we cannot afford further destruction here. “I request you to join hands with the Apni Party to realize peace, prosperity, and development in Jammu and Kashmir”, he said.

“I promise you that the Apni Party will never disappoint you. Unlike traditional political parties, especially family-based ones, we believe in the politics of truthfulness. We will never lie to you, nor will we mislead you,” he added.

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