Srinagar, Nov 22: National Conference Provincial President, sitting MLA and party's candidate from Amira Kadal Assembly Segment, Nasir Aslam Wani on Friday said that NC's performance on development front is second to none as the party had touched new frontiers of economic growth, employment generation, public infrastructure creation and transparent governance in the last six years. [Mufti has failed as Wachi MLA, says NC candidate Showkat Ganai]
Nasir Aslam Wani was addressing various public meetings in Amira Kadal constituency in Srinagar. [J&K assembly election schedule]
"We believe in our deeds speaking on their own merit rather than parroting about vague things like our opponents have a tendency to do. We did more in the power sector within 6 years than had been done in the last sixty years collectively. We macadamized more roads and built more bridges than any other government in the State has ever done," Wani said."Similarly our focus on the Health and Education Sectors has been prominent. It was the Omar Abdullah Government that upgraded all hospitals in Srinagar with new machinery, new buildings and new facilities while we added new health centers, district hospitals, sub-district hospitals and health facilities across the length and breadth of the State," he added.
Nasir Aslam Wani said that within Amira Kadal, the efforts of the Omar Abdullah Government during the last six years were tremendous and noteworthy. "There are almost a dozen new Community Centers, health-centers, water-supply schemes and road projects that Amira Kadal has bagged in the last six years.
Wani had a close victory margin of 819 votes against PDP's Parvaiz Bhat in 2008
Massive roads and bridges projects have been launched in a war-scale and numerous roads have been widened and macadamized. The recent floods caused a lot of devastation and misery and a lot of work was affected but we are certain that we will rebound and rise up again to build back Amira Kadal brick by brick", Nasir Wani said while talking to party workers and public in Amira Kadal.