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Sham questiones what prevented Centre govt to play promising role
6/24/2018 10:44:56 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, June 24: Former Minister and senior Congress leader Sham Lal Sharma expressed his surprise over the address of BJP National President Amit Shah in public rally in which he dig his own government and his ministers. Apparently it showed that he is not addressing the people as a BJP leader but a leader of some other party. Amit Shah slammed BJP-PDP government for discriminating with Jammu & Ladakh regions.
While addressing public meeting at Panchayat Chak Kirpalpur Block Bhalwal, Akhnoor Sham Lal said that perhaps Amit Shah must not be aware that his party was a coalition partner in the government to whom he criticized in the public.
Sham said that Amit Shah during his address in the rally said despite of sanctioning of AIIMS like institution in the Jammu, the work on this project was not started till date. Sham said he wanted to inform Shah that the health ministry in the state was under BJP ministers since the formation of BJP-PDP government in the state. He said that for this casual appoach the BJP should own its responsibility and not blame others for it.
Sharma further said that Amit Shah blamed the government for non-utilization of funds for smart city for Jammu but probably he must not be knowing that the portfolio of urban development was under BJP that too Deputy Chief Minister.
By blaming others, Amit shah can't befool people of Jammu for these lapses as the whole blame of misgovernance lies on BJP. He said that either the BJP national President is having no knowledge about the state BJP role in the administration or he intentionally did it to gain so called sympathy from the Jammu people in view of the parliament and assembly elections in future, in which they will not succeed.
"The people have realized their mistakes by giving massive mandate to BJP in 2014 parliament and assembly elections so that the Jammu region will get its due. But BJP-PDP government had belied their hopes. This time they cannot befool the people by passing the buck to other side," he added.
He said that BJP-PDP government is equally responsible for the injustice meted out to Jammu and Ladakh regions.
Sham asked BJP to clarify if they felt that Jammu and Ladakh region were being discriminated, did they ever protested for the same while in the government.
Sharma said it is laughable when the national president himself says that the funds meant for Jammu & Ladakh regions for their development didn't reach to these regions. He said that it shows that he raised his finger against his own BJP ministers for their callous attitude and responsible for misappropriation of these funds. Sham said that BJP national president Amit Shah spoke so much on various issues but didn't utter a single word on important issues like abrogation of Article 370, Common Civil Code and disparity with Jammu.
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