Anantnag: Change for development and peace eminent for new JK , people now understand the tactics of some traditional politicians and are ready to give them a befitting lesson. Senior Socio Political Leader Imran Amin Shah said in a function organised at Anzulla today.
He said that time has now gone to hoodwink people for personal gains and people are now mature enough to understand what is right or wrong.
Blaming some politicians for neglecting Anantnag while being in power said that these took votes from people for development but while in power have totally ignored and instead focussed on their own comforts. Cosmetic claims have exposed their character as prolonged traffic mess is also creating huge chaos in town limits resulting in hampering patients including elders and women folk and also to school going children to reach to their destinations in time. Sanitation too is lacking on ground but the people sitting on chairs are less cared to address public grievances and still they claim to gain votes again. Actually they are in deep slumber now and people have realised their actual motto.
He also thanked LG administration for allowing Muharram procession even after 35 years in Srinagar and hope that Friday prayers will also be allowed in historic Jamia Masjid srinagar and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq will also be released including other religious leaders like Mushtaq Ah Veeri, Molvi Dawoodi and others who are in jails this time to enlighten people with the teachings of Islam in routine.
Imran Shah also welcomed more than hundred of prominent Apni Party workers in the fold who joined Shah group in this function today which include Gh Mohideen sofi, Imtiyaz Ah Bhat, Gh Geelani Bhat, Manzoor Aj Wani, M Abdullah wani, Ab Majeed wani, Asif Ah khanday, Ab Hamid Gilkar, M Amin Bhat and other’s.
He said that Anantnag needs leadership with vision and mission and it is time to get United to fight against drug menace and other evils to bring this historic town on path of peace and development.
On this occasion Fayaz Ah Tarrey, Ab Gani, were also present and spoke to occasion.