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‘End of hostilities between Indo-Pak will have major impact on furtherance of peace in JK’ Srinagar: National Conference (NC) on Wednesday welcomed renewed engagement between India and Pakistan, saying that the end of hostilities between the two nations will have a major impact on the furtherance of peace in Jammu and Kashmir. In a statement, Party spokesperson Imran Nabi Dar said that the thaw in the Indo-Pakistan relations is bound to have a positive impact…

Welcomes restoration of ceasefire pact on LoC, IB between Indo-Pak Srinagar: National Conference (NC) Vice President Omar Abdullah on Monday welcomed the restoration of the ceasefire pact on LoC, IB between India and Pakistan. Addressing the Provincial review meeting of the Party’s Parent, YNC, Women’s Wing, and segment in charges at party headquarters in Srinagar, he said the measures will prove more beneficial to the people of Jammu and Kashmir than to anybody else. As…

‘Oft-cited positive change invisible on ground’ Srinagar: National Conference (NC) on Monday stated that the oft-cited surge in development activities in Jammu and Kashmir was a facade and that in reality post-August 5, 2019 era is marked with total erasure of every spec of accountability and development of all hues. The ruling BJP has so far been able to achieve total erasure of administrative accountability, widening development deficit and widespread unaccountability, said party spokesperson Imran…

Srinagar: National Conference (NC) on Friday said the erratic power supply is tormenting the people of Kashmir, saying the promise of ruling BJP that electricity supply for winters would be “far better than the previous year’s” has fallen flat. On the contrary, the demand for electricity supply in the valley continues to outstrip its supply and people are not just without heat in the ongoing harsh winters, but losing business, study time and health, said…

Policy bereft of democratic bearings, such decisions can’t be decided by unrelated bureaucracy Srinagar: National Conference (NC) on Saturday expressed dismay over the adoption of Jammu and Kashmir Industrial Land Allotment Policy, 2021-30 by the incumbent administration, saying such policy decisions should have been left for the popular state government to approve following the restoration of 4 August position. While expressing dismay over the new industrial land allotment policy, Party’s Member of Parliament from Anantnag…

Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference Member of Parliament from Anantnag Hasnain Masoodi on Sunday said the new industrial policy would not fetch any result without taking into cognizance political aspirations of people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. In a statement, the spokesperson said that the recently announced Rs 28,400 crore Industrial Scheme would not fetch any results in absence of an aggressive peace initiative to address the political aspirations of the people of…

Demands immediate rollback of decision Srinagar: National Conference on Saturday lambasted the JK administration’s decision to reduce the age of eligibility for civil service aspirants by five years terming the step a stab into the future of the youth here. In a statement, party spokesperson Imran Nabi Dar said the situation in Kashmir had grossly narrowed the career opportunities’ of youth in JK. He said that given the scenario and to help the aspirants who…

Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference General Secretary Ali Muhammad Sagar on Wednesday expressed dismay over the administrative inertia that has beset Srinagar and other areas following a snowfall, asking the administration to expedite the process of restoration of basic civic amenities to people. Expressing dismay over the failure of the administration to preempt the situation on account of the advisories of the weatherman, Sagar in a statement said that the administration was again…

Srinagar: National Conference on Wednesday sought a time-bound inquiry into the “circumstances leading to the killing of three persons at an encounter site in Hokarsar area of Srinagar” while Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Chief Mehbooba Mufti asked the JK administration to come clean. In a statement, NC spokesperson said that the versions of people and family pertaining to the killing of three people at an encounter site in Srinagar suburb are contradictory, therefore the situation…

Srinagar: National Conference (NC) on Friday condemned the “arrest spree” of mainstream political leaders in Kashmir. The message from the results of DDC elections was loud and clear that it was the democracy that had triumphed, but far from doing justice with the people by respecting their decision, nasty tactics are being employed to undermine the verdict of people by witch-hunting of political leaders, said Party Spokesperson in a statement while condemning the arrest of…