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Govt should provide relief to victims of unprovoked firing: Bhadrwaj
5/24/2018 10:07:49 PM
Early Times Report
Arnia, May 24: Congress leader and AICC member Mohinder Bhardwaj has demanded that the BJP-PDP Government should immediately start relief measures to provide succor to people who are victims of unprovoked firing by Pakistan on this border town and adjoining villages.
The victims are suffering due to utter neglect and apathy of the government in fulfilling its own promises on creating a backup system for these people who repeatedly become target of hostilities from across the border.
In a statement released here after extensively touring affected Arnia town and surrounding villages on the border. Bhardwaj paid glowing tributes to a BSF jawan martyred in this condemnable act committed by Pakistan and expressed anguish that the civilian and peace loving population of the border areas is unnecessarily being put to hardship.
Bhardwaj further demanded upgradation and properly equipping the Primary Health Centres with Ambulances equipped for emergent situation in the border towns and villages so that immediate medical care could be provided to those injured in Pakistan firing. There is a total dearth of such facilities in these areas despite the issue having been repeatedly raised before the authorities concerned but nothing has happened till date. Mr. Bhardwaj also demanded the students studying in educational institutions should be accommodated in schools in safer areas so that their education is not affected. He further demanded that reservation should be provided to youth belonging to border areas as their education repeatedly suffers due to unprovoked
Bhardwaj assured people in these areas that the Congress was committed to their well-being. Every possible step including launching a direct action against the government would be taken if they remained unmoved, he added.
Local leaders and workers of the Congress party including Nagarmal Choudhary, Captan Saudagar SainiAvinash Sharma, Sh. Sohan Lal, Captan Wazir Singh, Attar Singh, Mohinder Singh, Ghanshyam Sharma, Master Puran Chand, Kirpal Singh amongst others accompanied Mr. Bhardwaj on his tour.
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