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Biggest threat to our identity is from BJP itself: Harsh
9/9/2018 10:48:23 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Sept 9: With peoples' faith having been completely shattered in the present dispensation, Harsh Dev Singh JKNPP chairman and former minister said that if Jammu region faced an existential threat today it was more so from BJP than anybody else. He said that BJP's duplicitous character, its lust for power, its lame duck posturing and vested interests of its opportunist leaders posed the gravest threat the very identity and culture of Dogras besides their survival as a class. He said that having reposed their faith in BJP and given it a massive, overwhelming mandate, the people of Jammu were the most disappointed lot today. The BJP which used to shed a monsoon of tears here, there and everywhere for Jammu's empowerment had given the deadliest blow to the cause of Dogra land by surrendering over all its election time promises. "BJP's surrenders will shock the progeny. It's rule would go down as the gloomiest phase in the history of Jammu. Its surrenders would continue to haunt the posterity," said Harsh in an emotionally charged atmosphere. He was addressing huge public meetings in ward no 8, ward no 4 and ward no 32 of Jammu city today.
"We don't say that BJP did not raise its voice. Of course, it surely did. The voice was however raised in the media only. And these whispers and murmurs made in the media drowned in the immense silence observed in cabinet meetings so as to avoid offending Mehbooba," roared Harsh. He said that prior to elections the BJP and its cheer leaders would nail anyone and everyone for not doing enough for Jammu but had shocked their electorates after elections by their consecutive somersaults and lame duck approach.
While the issue of Rohingyas and Bangladeshis had created an alarm in entire Jammu region, the BJP leaders made statements of evicting them umpteen times for public consumption only without any follow up action during the last three and a half years, he lamented. Likewise, said Singh, the withdrawal of minutes pertaining to tribal settlements also met the same fate.
And contrarily the BJP was fully endorsing the separatist agenda of Kashmir centric forces by having declined CBI probe in Rasana case, by its endorsement of the polices for stone-pelters, separatists and militants and its acquiescence to the decisions to shelve Sainik Colonies and KP Township Project in Kashmir.
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