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BJP acts as dummy partner in coalition: Harsh
2/16/2017 10:27:26 PM
Early Times Report

Kathua, Feb 16: Hundreds of youth hailing from district Kathua today joined National Panther Party under the supervision of Party chairman Harsh Dev Singh and leadership of Robin Sharma.
Harshdev Singh, Balwant Singh Mankotia and Anita Thakur warmly welcomed new entrants and hoped better performance from these volunteers in coming Urban and Rural body elections. While addressing on the membership function, Harshdev Singh said BJP made tall promise for the development of Jammu region and be a real voice of Dogras in JK Assembly but the party betrayed people who discarded BJP and realized its real face.
"BJP acts as dummy coalition partner in the government as discrimination with Jammu province is being done at all ground either in recruitment, allotment of funds, development in tourist sector or overall development process," He said and added that NPP is real representative of Jammu province that people have realized now.
Expressing his dismay over the highly objectionable remarks of the Chief Minister made in the Assembly yesterday, dubbing the protagonists of Art 370 abrogation as anti-nationals, Harsh Dev Singh JKNPP Chairman and former Minister today questioned the BJP for their mute silence in the Assembly at the time the controversial speech was delivered rebuking contemptuously the core philosophy of the Saffron brigade.
25 members of the BJP including Ministers and MLAs could muster enough courage to confront the PDP chief who challenged the very fundamentals and ideological DNA of its junior partner in the Government. When Mehbooba roared in the Assembly over the issue of Art 370, the Ministers and MLAs of BJP silently acquiesced without uttering a word.
He said that it was only the public outrage in Jammu and Central leaders' bashing that forced the BJP today to meekly seek the expunging of the CM's remarks. He said that there could not be a bigger insult to the collect sentiment of BJP and its sister organizations than the one heaped by Mehbooba Mufti by such abominable comments and then firmly standing by her words.
Decrying the conduct of BJP leaders who earlier became a party to the decision of Ex-gratia and Government jobs to stone pelters and amnesty to anti-nationals, Singh said that they could not camouflage their real intent and character by their nauseating vague assertions in the Assembly. He said that calling the opponents of Art 370 as anti-nationals, the CM had hurled the insult upon the Saffron party.
Calling upon the BJP to withdraw from Government, Singh re-iterated and reminded the BJP that brokering a deal with PDP was like borrowing from shylock which would ultimately cost it a pound of flesh in the form of Jammu's self respect and pride.
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