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BJP Govt failed to address genuine issues of Jammu people: Bhalla
1/28/2020 11:11:58 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 28: Former Minister and senior Congress leader, Raman Bhalla on said that there is strong resentment among people of Jammu region towards BJP which has miserably failed to address even basic issues of the people of the area.
While interacting with people of Bandhurakh of Gandhi Nagar constituency, Bhalla accompanied by Corporator Pritam Singh and listen various day to day problems being faced by the public in the absence of any elected Govt said that the onus is on the BJP which got huge mandate in the last Assembly and Lok Sabha elections as well as the current Lok Sabha elections besides being the ruling party at the Centre and State being under direct Central rule.
He said that majority of people maintained that no new developments but only facelifts of previous works were done in the area.“BJP was in power at the Centre and in the erstwhile J&K State too, it was easy for the party to forward issues of common masses through their Government in the State to the Union Ministry concerned, for mitigating the sufferings of people but they took them casually,” Bhalla said .He pointed out that there was total chaos and confusion among people as BJP leadership has failed to remove peoples’ apprehensions. “On the one hand, there is complete uncertainty in J&K, while on the other hand people are confronting with failure of the administration to solve day today problems”, he said, adding that most parts of the city are facing scarcity of potable water and power and
He blamed BJP for betraying the people of Jammu on the issue of statehood and misleading the people on various emotive issues. He asserted that BJP Government has betrayed people of Jammu by reducing status of a state to union territory and Govt is also not coming clear on many issues. Bhalla said that only Congress is a secular party and never believes in caste, creed and colour. He claimed that it is only Congress which can keep the whole J&K united. He said that it is most unfortunate that the common people have no medium to raise their voice for their basic necessities due to the neglect of the BJP representatives. The people have to come on roads to express their anger and seek redressal of their genuine grievances.
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