Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi said that Kargil is having difficulties in terms of connectivity by way of roads, air ports etc. Rahul Gandhi was addressing a public meeting in Kargil. He is on a two day tour to J&K with a mission to strengthen Youth Congress and NSUI in the state.
“We should address this issue of poor connectivity seriously” said Rahul Gandhi. The Government at the centre has been planning out strategies to solve these issues. The survey has already been started by the Government regarding the roads, said Rahul Gandhi to the cheering crowds. Air India also has started the survey for the extension of air services to Kargil, he added. Rahul Gandhi expressed that all the works would be completed time bound and without any unwanted delay. There are problems with telephone connections too commented Rahul Gandhi. We should connect Kargil by way of roads, airports etc but also politically he further added.
“I am here for the work of Youth Congress” said Congress General Secretary. “I want to open the doors of Youth Congress and NSUI for the youngsters” quipped Rahul Gandhi. He paused in between during the ‘Nawas’ time as a mark of respect to the religious sentiments. He continued the speech by saying that he wants to strengthen the Youth Congress and NSUI. Congress General Secretary in charge of Youth Congress and NSUI also briefed about the election procedure in these outfits. “Our efforts are to bring the youth of Kargil, J&K and the entire country to the main stream politics” said Rahul Gandhi. He also urged the people of Kargil to come forward and play an active role in the electoral politics of the country.
“When Kargil will be connected to the system, this place also will improve in terms of jobs, education etc”, Rahul Gandhi hoped. “Kashmir is the most beautiful place in the country and I thank the people of Kargil for the warm welcome and love extended to him” added Congress General Secretary.
“Kargil needs more development. We want all people in Kargil to have job and enjoy all facilities. Leave those to me. I will make sure that Kargil is connected well and developments are reached here” assured Rahul Gandhi while concluding his speech.
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