While Jammu bleeds, BJP celebrates 3 years rule: Harsh

SAMBA: Ridiculing the BJP for its `fictional accounts' of achievements and holding celebrations to mark the completion of its three years in power at a time when the party faced the severest confidence crisis, NPP chairman and former minister Harsh Dev Singh said that Sunday's function had only rubbed salt on the wounds of Jammu people.

While Jammu region continued to bleed and boil, the BJP chose to hold festivities so as to celebrate its three years rule with vague, nauseating speeches and slogans of its leaders which had further antagonized the general masses of the region, Harsh Dev said adding that with raging fires having engulfed almost the entire political constituency of BJP, the celebrations by the Saffron brigade had come as a rude shocker for the Jammuites including the supporters and allies of BJP.

Accusing the BJP of trying to silence the voice of Hiranagar people through coercion and intimidation, Harsh Dev said that use of police force and brutal lathi- charge on its own electorates had exposed the real character of saffron leaders. Those who swore to stand by their people in all odds had themselves abandoned them mid way only to prove their loyalty to their Kashmir masters, roared Harsh.

He said that BJP's surrenders had sparked massive outrage all over with adjoining areas of Hiranagar and Samba also joining movement against the duplicitous character of BJP. He said that Jammu district already was brewing with anger against the incumbent leadership for its failure to initiate the deportation of Rohingyas who constituted to biggest threat to peace and security of Jammu.

Accusing them of mishandling the situation in Rajouri, Singh supported the demand of creation of additional district so as to satisfy the urges and aspirations of the people of Nowshera-Sunderbani-Kalakote. He said that with Nowshera observing complete shut down for the last 26 days and having suffered immense losses in terms of financial implications and academics, the normal activity in the other two areas of Sunderbani and Kalakote had also been adversely affected due to prolonged shutdown calls.


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