STATE TIMES NEWSJAMMU: Congress has a history full of sacrifices and struggle for the nation as compared to BJP’s history of creating wedge and division in the society for the sake of power.This was stated by the JKPCC chief G A Mir while addressing the inaugural session of the JK Youth Congress leadership training camp –“Buniyadi” here on Thursday.JKPCC Chief said that the Congress Party has history of struggle and sacrifices for the nation and it achieved freedom from the mighty rulers through non violence, although the congress leaders and workers as well as countrymen had to undergo lot of sufferings, deaths and destruction due to oppressive policies of the Britishers.The freedom was not attained and achieved easily but due to lots of sufferings and painful events in the history but unfortunately those questioning congress have the dubious history of pro imperialist forces and at times did not participate in the struggles for freedom under Mahatma Gandhi.Mir said certain BJP senior leaders are either unaware of the history of the nation and the historical role and sacrifices of congress leadership or deliberately spreading misinformation and disinformation for vested interests which needs to be rejected and condemned by each right thinking person in the civilised society.He said the BJP top must explain the role of their party in sharing power with same very forces whom they opposed ideologically and used to term them anti national and pro Pakistani.BJP has proved that their only agenda is Power through hook or by crook and for this goal it can go to any extent and hobnob with anyone.The hollow and cheap and abusive vocabulary of BJP leaders can’t help regain its lost confidence, as people have realised that BJP is most power hungry party which indulges in false, misleading and divisive modes to seek power.Urging Youth congress workers to look towards history and the role of congress and it’s leadership from time to time in not only achieving freedom but shaping the destiny and future of the nation as a peaceful abode based on mutual respect and principles of vo existence and understand the dangers to the fundamental values of our nation by the opportunist forces .Former Minister Vice President JKPCC, Raman Bhalla and Ex MLC Chief Spokesperson JKPCC, Ravinder Sharma were also special guests and addressed the selected gathering participating in two days training program organised by JKPYC .Bhalla lashed out at BJP for spreading misinformation and distortions of history to misguide the younger generations.The irresponsible and provocative statements of BJP leaders have vitiated the political atmosphere in the country in last seven years or more.Ravinder referred to grave challenges to the democratic atmosphere and the secular fabric of the country by the BJP’s lust to retain power by all foul means.He cautioned the youth Cong workers to be aware of the threat the fundamental principle of unity in diversity upon which lies the strength of Our nation.Sharma appreciated the Youth Congress for playing a vital role in highlighting the issues of youth as well as general people.Uday Chib said that this two-day training programme has been conceived for Youth Congress office bearers including State, district and Assembly level youth Congress activists to enable them to become key cogs in strengthening the party. “This training programme will develop leadership qualities among the cadre. National President and National Incharge Youth Congress from Delhi will address the State Level training programme tomorrow”, he said.On the occasion, JKPYC IYC General Secretary Sitaram Lamba and IYC Secretary Jagdev Gaga were also present.
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