KUPWARA, JAN 17: Senior NC chief Choudhary Muhammad Ramzan at this time refuted the allegations of fielding proxy candidates in DDC elections in Kupwara Distrct by his social gathering leaders.
Speaking to KNS after organising the social gathering assembly of staff in Handwara, he mentioned, “The aim of the PAGD was accomplished . In our district DDC election held under the banner of PAGD was fought well. Only one seat was won by parties outside PAGD. 12 seats were bagged by PAGD candidates and one is yet to be decided”.
Replying to a query, he mentioned, ” In Handwara, in keeping with the PAGD decesion, two seats went to NC, one to PC. Sure there are some grivances, they’ve been introduced into the discover of PAGD management and they’re trying into the problem. For the primary time so many events had come collectively to battle elections, these points occur.”
Concerning a query on election, he mentioned, ” NC is all the time prepared for elections. When EC will announce the decesion, then management will determine on it. It’s upto Delhi to determine the timing of election. We’re footsoldiers, we adhere to social gathering decesions as was determined just lately concerning DDC elections. Folks participated within the elections”.
The assembly was attended by a just lately profitable candidate of DDC election from Nutnussa Block Mr Advocate Zahoor Ahmad Magrey,youth president parvez ahmed ,khazir Magrey and different senior members and staff of the social gathering.
Chaudhary Mohd Ramzan mentioned the purpose of this assembly is to strengthen the social gathering and work for the decision of the grivances of the individuals in addition to getting ready for the upcoming elections.
The winner of the DDC election seat from Nutnussa Block mentioned he received the elections with the help of social gathering and Chaudhry Mohammad Ramzan.
He added that the social gathering goals to work for building and improvement and can proceed to take action sooner or later.
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