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BJP's exit from Jammu will lead to 'Achhe Din': Harsh
1/12/2019 11:11:17 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 12: The party which rose to power on the slogans of empowerment of Jammu and 'Achhe Din' winning 25 seats in the State Assembly and both seats of Parliament gave the shocker of their lifetimes to its electorates by its cowardly surrenders and compromises on almost all Jammu related issues during its 4½ years rule, said Harsh Dev Singh JKNPP Chairman and Former Minister. Not only did the tall promises made in the Election manifesto by the BJP recede into the oblivion but Jammu region was pushed to terminal decline only to appease the Kashmir centric forces, said Singh. He said that while our already negligible share in services and development declined to abysmally low level, the dogra pride received the severest dents during the said rule, rued Harsh.
The most contemptuous neglect and ruthless subjugation that dogras faced during the last 3-4 years shall continue to remind us of BJP's wicked politicking and its petrifying conduct while in power. The nightmarish experiences of BJP rule will continue to haunt the people of Jammu for years, said Singh. He was addressing a public meeting in Toph Manhasa in Marh constituency today. "The educated youth of Jammu who were assured of jobs and gainful employment were made to languish on the roads. Their share particularly in state level services reached an all time low. In several select lists issued by PSC and SSB the youth of Jammu region got hardly 4-5% share. The last few years witnessed these youth engaged in spree of protests outside recruitment agencies with none to even listen to their grievances. The leaders in whom they reposed their faith, abandoned them and took sides with their Kashmir based masters. They not only sold the share of Jammu but even justified it. Remember, when all 10,000 posts of SPOs sanctioned by GOI were given to Kashmir.
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