Congress won’t allow murder of democracy in J&K
STATE TIMES NEWS
HIRANAGAR: Former Minister and senior Congress leader Raman Bhalla on Friday claimed that people of J&K in recently concluded DDC elections have send crystal clear message to BJP that people are not happy with their anti-people decisions and policies in J&K. People rejected their agenda in Jammu region despite misusing government machinery and muscle power to garner support in DDC elections.Addressing a public gathering at Hiranagar today, Bhalla accused the BJP of using unfair means to sway voters in its favour.The programme was organized by Ex-MLA Girdhari Lal Chalotra at his residence.Prominent among those present on the occasion include senior Congress leader Pankaj Dogra, PCC Secy ,S. Paramjit Singh Member PCC , Vinay Kumar President SC Cell , Gurdyal Singh Block President Congress Hiranagar, Roshan Lal DDC Candidate, Romesh Verma District President OBC Cell,Captain Karam Chand,K B Jasrotia beside others.Former Minister observed that BJP not only tinkered with the reservation roster but also misused government machinery to the hilt to ensure support for its backed candidates,” he alleged.Bhalla dared the BJP to announce Assembly elections if it was so confident of its victory claiming all-round development in J&K. “The claims of the BJP of forming next govt in J&K aimed at misleading the public about the party’s popularity,” he remarked. He said despite the BJP misusing official machinery, people did not back their candidates in DDC elections.“It was not just BJP former Ministers and MLAs but even National leaders who tried their level best to ensure win of their candidates but that didn’t happen after creating an impression that the BJP had swept the poll,” he alleged. He said the Congress would not allow murder of democracy by the BJP which was desperate to register victory, be it by hook or crook. Former Minister urged the independent candidates, who had won, not to get influenced and fall prey to the inducement being offered by the BJP.Former Minister claimed that all sections of society were suffering under BJP rule as promises made to them have turned out to be hollow.Launching attack on BJP Govt, the Congress leader said that this Government has left no stone unturned to destroy democratic institutions.He stressed that the J&K needed fair and strong constitutional institutions. Taking serious cognizance of continuous discrimination in employment sector by neglecting highly educated youth of Jammu region, Bhalla said time has come for youth of Jammu region to launch aggressive agitation and seek justice.Lashing out at BJP, Bhalla said that selection lists issued during BJP rule are totally biased as only 10 percent jobs have been provided to Jammu youth. BJP has become mute spectator on discrimination. He added that jobs on pick and choose basis had exposed the disgusting loyalty of the BJP with Jammu youth boiling with rage against its opportunistic politics. He said that the general public including traders, businessmen, farmers, unemployed, families of the martyrs, border residents besides daily wagers, casual workers, contractual lecturers, etc had been bearing the brunt of the discrimination in all spheres.
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