Our motive is to build J&K as welfare state: Azad

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Asserting that the Democratic Progressive Azad Party is committed to work for the betterment of people, Chairman Ghulam Nabi Azad on Wednesday said that his motive is to build Jammu and Kashmir as a welfare state where everyone lives peacefully and happily.

“Our motive and aim is to build Jammu and Kashmir as a welfare state where everyone lives peacefully and happily,” Azad said addressing a gathering at Udhyanpur, Dali in Doda district.

“Jammu and Kashmir and is least bothered by the allegations levelled by his opponents,” he said adding that his mission is to fight poverty, create employment opportunities for youth and build infrastructure to ensure no one suffers for want of health care and educational facilities.

“Our opponents are focussed on issues that can benefit no one since they lack vision,” he said.

Azad assured people that his vision and experience is enough to take Jammu and Kashmir out of quagmire and he is hopeful of receiving overwhelming support from the people in this endeavour.

He said he has been the staunch opponent of BJP unlike so many others who speak dual languages for their vested interests.

He said, there is acute shortage of power, water and other basic facilities in these rural areas, also shortage of teachers in school, doctors in hospitals and bad road conditions. He appealed to the Governor administration to intervene and resolve these issues.

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