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BJP undermining grace of Gubernatorial office: Harsh
8/31/2018 9:49:41 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Aug 31: Peeved over the highly discourteous terminology used by the State BJP President for the new J&K Governor which has gone viral on the social media across the state, Harsh Dev Singh JKNPP Chairman said that it only reflected the diseased mindset of BJP and its leadership.
The highly circulated video on the social media and the reports appearing in media in general reveal the BJP leader using highly derogatory and ignominious phraseology not only for the outgoing Governor but also for the incumbent Governor, regretted Harsh.
"Describing the constitutional head of the state as "apna banda" (our man) by the BJP leader, with an assurance to the BJP workers and leaders not to be worried in future about the party issues, is not only contemptuous but highly scandalous as well. Do you think you can bully and browbeat the new head of the state in view of his being a BJP man in the past? The language of BJP state Chief clearly indicates that rather than allowing a free hand to the new incumbent to dispense good governance, the BJP wants to use him to promote their own agenda. Not only the tone and tenor of BJP President's bizarre utterance is scornful but he has also undermined the august office of Governor dropping sufficient hints of running the administration hence forth as per the whims and fancies of BJP", said Singh. He was addressing public meetings in Ward No. 32 and in adjacent locations in Pouni Chak village of Raipur Domana constituency today.
Accusing the BJP of having cheated the people by its false rhetoric during last elections, Mr. Singh said peoples' faith in saffron party had completely been shaken and its real intents exposed within a short period of 3½ years. It had made the biggest compromises with the honour and pride of Jammu after its ascendance to power in frequent fixed matches. He said not only that, the BJP further tried to cheat the people of Jammu by its double dealing and duplicity over various issues including Rasana case and decision of unilateral ceasefire. He said not only has the party jettisoned its age old fundamentals with slogans like Art 370 having been pushed into the oblivion but its own govt shamelessly engaged a battery of lawyers in Supreme Court to defend Art 35-A which it opposed for around six decades.
Challenging the BJP leadership to prove the fulfilment of even a single commitment made by it prior to elections, Singh said that the delivery on its promises had rather been in inverse proportion to the articulation of the promise itself. He said that having lost its grounds in its once strong holds, it was desperately attempting to resurrect the collapsed govt adding that its ill conceived notions could never fructify. And it should refrain from earmarking upon Karnataka like experiment in J&K, cautioned Singh.
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