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AAP lauds attempts of Governor to strengthen Panchayati Raj Institutions
11/8/2018 9:32:16 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Nov 8: The Jammu and Kashmir Aam Aadmi Party, organised a meeting held under the chairmanship of Deep Singh National Council and Founder Member expressed great satisfaction on the initiatives taken by Governor of the state and lauded his efforts to decentralize the powers into the hands of public representatives in a democratic manner which hither to fore have remained confined to corridors of powers in the civil secretariat.
Addressing the meeting various speakers, while hailing the Governor, demanded that three Tier Panchayati Raj system, on the analogy of other states of the country, need be constituted in the state which is need of the hour to give a death blow to corruption, nepotism and un-employment. For this purpose, District Planning and Development Board need be put in place by electing its chairman amongst the chair persons of various Blocks in the District. As of now there is a District Planning & Dev. Board Chairman who is virtually a non-local Minister and often than not acts on partisan basis and kills the basic.
They urged upon the Governor to make amendment in the Panchayati Raj Act 1989 in chapter xi, rule 45 sub-rule (3) completely banning nomination to be made by the government so that complete Three Tier system of Panchayati Raj comes into force like other parts of the country failing which it will not deliver the goods to the people if they don't have their own elected District Planning Dev. Board Chairman. The speakers further criticized the successive state Governments for not constituting the BDC's and District Dev. Boards by making the Panchayati Raj Act mere toothless Tigers to suit their own interests for fear of losing their relevance in the eyes of public.
They further accused BJP at the centre as also in the state for their failure to implement 73rd and 74th amendments of Indian constitution in the state. Have they any right to call J&K as integral part of the country. AAP alleged and maintained that they (BJP) should stop befooling common people about their being the true nationalists.
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