x

Like our Facebook Page

   
Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
 
Breaking News :   Newly-Wed Couple Puts National Duty First As Second Phase Of Polls Carried Out Across India | Farooq, Omar Abdullah cast votes; demand Assembly polls in J-K | Lok Sabha polls: First timers vote for better job opportunities in Kathua | General Elections-2019 Poll %age of 2nd phase | BJP hypocrisy exposed, used Madrassa children's for political rally | How Jitendra Singh earned Rs 3.5 crore in five years as minister? | DGP Dilbag Singh bereaved | Governor releases 'Logo' of Cluster University of Jammu | Mehbooba's kin were taking bribes from job seekers: Omar | PMAY-G scheme is still dream for J&K's poor | APD hampers sanction of new faculties for SKUAST-J | In aftermath of Parihar brothers', RSS leader's killing tense Kishtwar to go to polls today | Secretariat employees fume over Union election notification | Arrangements in place for smooth conduct of LS polls in Sgr, Udh parliamentary seats | SIC issues penalty notice against ACD, BDO Rajouri | 5000 migrants to vote for Srinagar constituency | Successful girl declared failed, admission cancelled | Kashmir silent on rape by father as daughter commits suicide | Carrying security forces in Kashmir an uphill task: Private drivers | Militant arrested near SKIMS to be prosecuted | Shah Faesal demands fair compensation to Ring Road affected farmers | Two army personnel injured in Kulgam militant attack | 2 officials suspended for unauthorized absence | PC worker cajoles voters with 'cash for vote' cue | Cop posted with NC worker beaten in Soura | With no security movement scheduled, civilian traffic allowed on Jammu-Srinagar highway | Custodian Jammu violates HC order by illegal allotment | BDO’s office hub of corruption, say MGNREGA labourers | MHA directs SF to remain alert for Srinagar parliamentary polls | Cats are being deputed to guard milk: AAP | Poll parties dispatched in GPS-fitted vehicles in Kathua: DEO | 524 polling parties dispatched for three constituencies of Udhampur | JKPSA attends private schools' meeting in Goa | Attempt to smuggle cigarettes foiled | Unknown persons hurl petrol bomb at residence of NC leader in Chadoora | Lecture on 'Importance and applications of Ceramics' organized | Training for poll staff of Homshalibug to start today | Bhaderwah Campus organizes Management Activity | ECI taking against violators of MCC after Supreme Court Nudge: Soz | A&A company opens 2nd outlet of Baba Chicken | Tatas looking for investment in J&K | 171 polling parties deployed for polling in near off areas of Doda | Lok Sabha polls: Traffic police Srinagar issues advisory | CRPF orders inquiry into death of patient due to highway restrictions | Panun Kashmir reiterates boycott call for Lok Sabha elections | Poor political leadership continues to plague J&K | Farooq's win from Srinagar LS seat is a sign of Omar to be next CM | CJ inaugurates newly constructed District Court Complex at Samba | Kashmir, Kashmiriyat incomplete without Kashmiri Pandits: GA Mir | Guest Lecture on "Networking CCNA, Routers & its Installation" at YCET | DDHSS won Governor Award | Architecture Students and Faculty bring Laurels to SMVDU | 2 dentists from Jammu won young dentists' award | HISI felicitates outgoing students | Inter district meet organised on Baisakhi festival | Yogeshwar excels in dancing | Yogeshwar excels in dancing | Social activist appeals voters to participate in bulk in polls | BBPS celebrates annual day | Shiv Sena castigates Congress, BJP | JJSF seeks action against private schools for charging huge admission fees | Institute of Management Sciences organises RUKHSAT | Roller Sports Championship to commence from Apr 26 | Selection of Physically Challenged Cricketers' team to begin from Apr 20 | Training scheduled for poll staff of Kulgam-38 today | Elections to Srinagar PC: Elaborate arrangements put in place to ensure fair, transparent polls : DEO | Mahajan appeals Kashmiri migrants for maximum participation in LS elections | Traffic police issues advisory | DEO Budgam takes stock of distribution of election material | 376 polling parties dispatched for various polling stations in Kishtwar: DEO | JKNPP supremo appeals people to vote for Panthers candidate | AJKSPA holds emergency meeting | Back Issues  
 
news details
NPP to fight for pride, honour of Dogras till last: Harsh
8/19/2018 10:48:22 PM
Early Times Report
Kathua, Aug 19: Having been denied parity and an equitable share in the state's resources, the Jammu region continued to suffer a highly biased and prejudicial treatment even during the BJP rule at the centre and the state, said Harsh Dev Singh JKNPP Chairman and Former Minister.
Rather the share of Jammu region in various sectors including employment and funds allocation having further squeezed during the last few years, the mandated Jammu leaders utterly failed to live up to the expectations of people, regretted Harsh.
He claimed that with separatists and the boycott fringe setting the agenda for the erstwhile coalition and the BJP leaders succumbing unilaterally to the dictates of Kashmir centric leadership, the people of Jammu were belittled and betrayed. He said that it was for the first time that people expressed jubilation over the fall of any Govt. He was a addressing a huge public meeting at Kathua today organised by District unit of NPP led by its President Robin Sharma.
Accusing the BJP of having cheated the people by its false rhetoric, Singh said peoples' faith in saffron party had completely been shaken and its real intents exposed. The BJP which earlier groaned on trivial issues and would nail anyone and everyone for not doing enough for Jammu had itself made the biggest compromises with the honour and pride of Jammu in frequent fixed matches. He said not only that, the BJP further tried to cheat the people of Jammu by its double dealing and duplicity over various issues including Rasana case and decision of unilateral ceasefire. He said not only has the party jettisoned its age old fundamentals with slogans like Art 370 having been pushed into the oblivion but its own govt shamelessly engaged a battery of lawyers in Supreme Court to defend Art 35A which it opposed for around six decades. Challenging the BJP leadership to prove the fulfilment of even a single commitment made by it prior to elections, Mr. Singh said that the delivery on its promises had rather been in inverse proportion to the articulation of the promise itself.
Urging upon the people to support NPP, Singh said that it was the only party that was relentlessly fighting for the rights and concerns of people of Jammu irrespective of caste, creed and colour. He said there was not a single Jammu issue which remained un-agitated by the NPP with protests held in Jammu, Srinagar and New Delhi on regular basis so as to make the govt accountable and answerable to the people. We are committed to fight for the pride and honour of Dogras till the last, said Harsh.
Balwant Singh Mankotia came down heavily on the BJP for its treachery and deceit especially with the people inhabiting the border areas who faced untold miseries during the last four years due to Pak misadventures. He said that despite the tall slogans of enhanced compensation and five marla plots in safer zones, the aggrieved residents of IB and LoC were left at the mercy of God with Govt completely apathetic to their woes and sufferings. He appealed the people to overthrow the current leadership and support their own Panthers Party in the ultimate interests of Dogras.
Prominent among those who spoke on the occasion included Manju Singh, Rajesh Padgotra, Gagan Partap Singh, Robin Sharma, Sweety Gupta, Manoj Gupta, Sohan Singh Adv, Satish Kala, Jagdish Raj, Romesh Gupta besides others.
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
 
 
 
Early Times Android App
STOCK UPDATE
  
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
 
CRICKET UPDATE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
 
 
J&K RELATED WEBSITES
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
JKTDC
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
UTILITY
Train Enquiry
IRCTC
Matavaishnodevi
BSNL
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
PUBLIC INTEREST
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
JK CAMPA
JK GAD
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
EDUCATION
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
JKBOSE
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center
SMVDU