The ruling National Conference on Tuesday launched its election campaign for the four seats of the Legislative Council. The campaign was kick-started by Union Renewable Energy Minister Farooq Abdullah, who is the president of the ruling party. Farooq met sarpanches and panches at the party headquarters here in the city and urged them to vote for the coalition candidates.

“The NC-Congress coalition can alone ensure that panchayats become a strong and vibrant institution. Everyone should work hard to make the four coalition candidates successful,” Farooq told panchayat members.

“You should ensure that both the coalition partners work as one unit for the victory of coalition candidates. We have given the mandate to people who will work for the rural areas, they know your problems, they are grass-roots workers and know the problems of the people in far-flung areas,” Farooq said.

National Conference spokesman Tanvir Sadiq said Farooq’s meeting with the panchayat members at the party headquarters here was the launch of the party’s campaign for the Legislative Council elections.

He said the campaign would now move to other districts of the Kashmir valley from Wednesday onwards where leaders of the party will hold meetings with panchayat members.

Ali Mohammad Dar of the National Conference and Ghulam Nabi Monga of the Congress are contesting the Legislative Council poll for the two Legislative Council seats from the Kashmir region. Dar faces a tough competition from Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate Peer Mohammad Hussain while Monga will have to mainly compete with the PDP’s Yasir Reshi.

Sixteen nominations were filed from the Kashmir region for the two seats of the Legislative Council, all of which were cleared after scrutiny last week.

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The National Conference and its coalition partner Congress have each fielded two candidates for the four Legislative Council seats.

The two coalition partners are jointly contesting the elections for the four seats.
Thousands of panchayat members will vote in the Legislative Council election from the panchayat quota on December 3

 

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