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Strengthen JKNPP to empower Jammu: Harsh
9/2/2018 10:46:54 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 2: Appealing the people to support and strengthen Panthers Party, Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP said that it alone could avenge the betrayals of the erstwhile regime with the cause of Jammu region and ensure justice to the hither to deprived Dogra land. Having failed to deliver during its 3 ½ year rule, the saffron rule witnessed the most distressing saga of unprecedented bias and prejudicial treatment doled out to Jammu region, he lamented. With BJP endorsing the pro-separatist agenda of PDP and becoming a partner in perpetuation of bias against Jammu region, the erstwhile rule proved as worst nightmare for the people of Jammu, maintained Singh. And it was the time to give a befitting reply to those leaders who lured the people with their seductive slogans during elections but did exactly the reverse of what they promised after their ascendance to the throne of power, said Harsh. He was addressing public meetings in Ward No 33, Shakti Nagar and Ward No11, Purani Mandi in Jammu today.
Ridiculing the noisy frolic of the BJP and its absurd extravaganza by claiming to re-form the govt with a Hindu Chief Minister, Harsh Dev Singh said that such tantrums would not redeem the highly disfigured image of the saffron party which had completely lost the confidence of the people. Such gimmicks and boisterous propositions could no longer bail out BJP leaders whose wicked politicking and highly petrifying conduct had immensely shocked the conscience of the people of Jammu, he said. "Empower the Panthers to empower Jammu. We are amply prepared to provide a viable alternative. We don't have to take dictations from New Delhi or Kashmir based leaders. Congress and BJP can never address the regional bias and issues of Jammu region. NC and PDP have Kashmir genes. But we have originated from Dogra soil. Blood is thicker than water. So support us to empower Dogras", roared Harsh.
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