Apni Party president and former minister Syed Altaf Bukhari on Thursday said that all the decisions taken against the aspirations of people will be looked after the elected government is formed in Jammu and Kashmir.
Talking to the reporters, Bukhari as per the news agency on being asked about employees, who have been asked to shift to Jammu as part of Darbar Move, said that this may be the last decision taken against the aspirations of people.
“It is hoped that a new elected government is formed next year and all such decisions will be looked into on priority,” he added.
Reacting to the statement of National Conference president Dr Farooq Abdullah wherein he has ruled out the participation of his son Omar Abdullah in assembly polls, he said that it is good and appreciable if the former chief minister has decided to quit keeping in view his work done as the head of the erstwhile state.
“Omar and Mehbooba have played their political innings, and they have not given any relief to the people. Therefore, if they have decided to quit, it is appreciable,” he said.
Pertinently, Imtiyaz Ahmad Parray, former District President Congress from Hajin area of Bandipora, DDC member Farjeel Ahmad Dar from Hajin (C), BDC Ghulam Nabi Ganie from Naidkhai joined Apni Party today along with workers—(KNO)