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JAMMU: People of J&K are facing very tough time as 2 As viz ‘Arrogance and Additional Charge’ in Govt are eating vitals of basic public delivery system. It was alleged by Ajay Kumar Sadhotra, senior leader Jammu & Kashmir National Conference & Former Minister, while addressing a meeting of party workers at Border village Sohagni in Marh.He further said it is unfortunate and matter of grave concern that Arrogance & Additional charge culture have made public delivery system very poor, due to which people are facing a lot of difficulties.Senior National Conference leader said that in many departments, files are pending and common people are tossed on one pretext or another for redressing their grievances. “Jammu & Kashmir is a very sensitive Border region. Such attitude of the Govt will lead to alienation which is not in National interest,” said Sadhotra, emphasizing upon the need of making public delivery system more effective & responsive, free of ‘Arrogance & Additional Charge’ so that common man can get his issues resolved. On the occasion, a number of BJP workers left party and joined National Conference, who were welcomed by Sadhotra. Those who joined National Conference included Bittu Ram, Bharat Singh Jamwal, Gurdev Singh Jamwal, Rattan Singh Jamwal, Ashok Singh Bhau, Padam Dev Singh, Jagatar Singh, Devi Dayal Sharma, Farooq, Swarn Singh, UttamSingh, Bhushan Kumar, Mohinder Lal and Madan Manhas.Others who spoke during the public meeting included Nagar Choudhary, Kimat Choudhary, Rakesh Sharma, Raghubir Singh, Swarn Singh Manhas, Devi Ditta, Jagater Singh, Jag Mohan and Ashwani.
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