JAMMU : Ghulam Nabi Azad DPAP chief on Sunday said he would fight for the restoration of J&K’s statehood and the job and land rights of its people if the party wins the Assembly elections.He urged for unity and harmony among all communities and stated that a progressive Jammu and Kashmir is only achievable if people come together and defeat the politics of hatred. “The Union Territory is lagging far behind due to divisive and petty politics by successive regimes, so the people of J&K must rise above personal beliefs and find a common path to usher in a new dawn of peace and prosperity,” In remarks made at a celebration in this city’s Akhnoor area, Azad. Rattan Lal, the leader of the Aam Aadmi Party, joined the Democratic Progressive Azad Party (DPAP) on this occasion alongside his supporters. Azad welcomed the newcomers and noted that there is still much to be done for Jammu and Kashmir’s development.” A three-shift work schedule was implemented while I was the CM in order to offer the public a rest and speed up the rate of advancement. Since I came back to Delhi, it seems like no more progress has been made here, he said. If his party wins the election, Azad promised to concentrate on development and “fight to restore jobs, land, and statehood that was protecting the rights of the people.”” Azad urged the populace to resist “divisive forces who try to vitiate the brotherhood and harmony to gain political mileage,” saying he has made it very clear that there is no place in the DPAP for those who support divisive politics or attempt to make money illegally. Only individuals who are dedicated to helping others may join the DPAP, he stated. If the DPAP was elected to power, Azad assured the populace of Akhnoor will see progress, including better educational and healthcare facilities. Azad said he created the DPAP for the same reasons. “We are aware of the pain that bad weather causes in border communities.. The time has arrived for the people of Akhnoor to end their misery, he said.