Ten senior political activists mostly Panchayat representatives including two Vice Chairpersons of Block Development Councils of Sangrama and Zingeer Sopore on Monday joined Jammu Kashmir Apni Party (JKAP) at The Bund in Lal Chowk Srinagar.
According to statement issued to KNS reads, A spokesman of the party said, the ten new entrants to JKAP included Farooq Ahmad Bhat Vice Chairperson Block Development Council (BDC) Sangrama and former incharge of Peoples Conference Sangrama Constituency, Farooq Ahmad Rather Vice Chairperson BDC Zaingeer-Sopore, Mohammad Maqbool Peer Sarpanch Bulgam, Fehmeda Begum Sarpanch Reengil, Adil Ahmad Rather a youth leader from Sangrama, Hilal Ah Mir Lallad youth leader, Abdul Qayoom Ganaie youth leader Hygam, Mohammad Akbar Wani a senior political activist from Chandkooth, Waqar Ahhmad Bhat from Rebbann Sopore and Sajad Ahmad Sheikh a youth leader from Palhallan.
These prominent political activists were welcomed by the JKAP president Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari into party fold in presence of party leaders Shoaib Lone, Noor Mohammad Sheikh, Muntazir Mohiu-d-Din, Farooq Andrabi, Irfan Naqib and Mir Imaad Rafi.
The new entrants to the Party expressed their desire to use their services for a tangible change in their respective areas under the guidance and leadership of JKAP.
“We found JKAP an effective political platform wherein the leadership has adopted a practical approach to resolve the public grievances. The leadership of Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari and his political vision is a blend of experience and conviction. His honest and pragmatic approach has motivated all of us to join JKAP,” they observed.
On this occasion, the JKAP President lauded the role and contribution of the new entrants in development and mitigation of sufferings of people in their respective areas. “I am of firm belief that the political activists who joined JKAP today would bring a positive change on the ground. They would render their services reaching out to the people in their respective areas and strengthen the party at the grassroots level,” Bukhari observed. (KNS)