BJP-PDP failed to fulfill people’s aspirations: Congress

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Jammu, Publish Date: Sep 14 2017 12:19AM | Updated Date: Sep 14 2017 12:19AM
BJP-PDP failed to fulfill people’s aspirations: CongressFile Photo

Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee senior leader and former minister, Raman Bhalla today alleged that both the coalition partners have not honoured the mandate of the people of the state and have forgotten the governance. 

He said this while interacting with people of Chatha Bhour Camp area of Gandhi Nagar constituency. 

As per press statement, Bhalla said that the people were finding themselves at the cross roads of history with lack of direction and will to govern compounding the grievances of common man many                                                 folds. 

Hitting out at BJP for failing people of Jammu by disrespecting their massive mandate, Bhalla said that despite being in power at the Centre and in the State the party failed miserably on governance front.“In fact BJP was never ever serious on delivering promises during its two and half years mis-rule in collaboration with PDP, as getting glued to power was its single-point and ultimate agenda. 

Bhalla alleged BJP of playing politics of opportunism and said failure on all fronts has now started boomeranging with discredited party leaders desperately grappling with people’s ire. 

He challenged BJP to spell out just ten achievements of any consequence during the past more than two years and said except for having remained intoxicated by power they have nothing to showcase. Bhalla said people of Jammu will never forgive the BJP for treachery and deceit, as their pride has been bartered for few loaves of power. “Jammu interest has been made subservient to personal ambitions”, he said and questioned BJP’s moral authority in facing people again after putting the State in a spell of unprecedented political uncertainty and mess.

Describing Congress Party as an instrument of service to the people and having always worked for upliftment and well being of the people keeping aside their caste, colour, region or religion, Bhalla said that Congress Party has always defeated the autocratic behavior of those who believe in suppressing or oppressing and victimizing the masses or opponents while in power. 

 

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