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NC appoints Qammar Ali Akhoon as Additional General Secretary for Ladakh, J&K


KARGIL: The announcement of Qammar Ali Akhoon’s appointment as Additional General Secretary of the Jammu and Kashmir National Conference (JKNC) has brought immense joy and appreciation from party members and supporters in Ladakh.

This appointment signifies a significant step towards reinforcing the party’s dedication to nurturing leaders who are committed to the welfare of the people and uphold the principles of honesty and inclusivity in the Ladakh region.

Haji Hanifa Jan, on behalf of the party workers and JKNC supporters from Ladakh, extends his deepest gratitude to the party’s high command for this decision. He expressed his thanks to party president Dr Farooq Abdullah, Vice President Omar Abdullah, General Secretary Ali Mohammad Sagar, Ladakh incharge Nasir Aslami Wani, and other esteemed party leaders for their foresight in appointing Akhoon to this vitalrole.

Qammar Ali Akhoon has long been acknowledged as a stalwart in the realm of politics, unwaveringly dedicated to the upliftment and welfare of the people of the Ladakh region. His political journey has been marked by a steadfast commitment to integrity and a resolute focus on serving the best interests of Ladakh’s residents.

Being born and raised in the heart of Ladakh, Qammar Ali Akhoon possesses an innate understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities facing the region. His deep­ rooted connections within the community and grassroots experience have empowered him to effectively advocate for their needs and aspirations, both within and beyond the political sphere.

In his new role as Additional General Secretary of JKNC, Qammar Ali Akhoon is poised to further fortify the party’s commitment to inclusive governance and equitable development. His leadership will undoubtedly play a pivotal role in realizing the party’s vision of a prosperous, peaceful, and progressive Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.


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