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Is BJP trying to befool masses for electoral benefits?
11/14/2018 10:55:09 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 14: The repeated calls of government formation by Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) leaders, despite having short of over one dozen legislators to reach the magical figure of 44, appears to be merely blatant lies, with an aim to befool masses and state machinery for the gains in panchayat as well as upcoming parliamentary elections.
Sources in the political circles are of the opinion that it is explicitly clear before the BJP leadership that despite getting support of various rebel leaders, they are not able to form government in the state but they keep the speculations rife of making government, for getting some political gains.
"BJP leaders are in the habit of propagating lies. The repeated statements given by BJP leaders are merely political statements to keep their own flock together", senior Congress leader Sham Lal Sharma said, adding that BJP is trying to abuse the administrative machinery for political gains in the Panchayat elections.
He further said that when Head of the state Governor is saying that none of the party has numbers to form government, then it is amply clear that the statements of BJP leaders are far from truth.
While echoing the same views, President of Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party Balwant Mankotia said that BJP leadership has been trying to maintain their influence over the voters as well as administrative machinery. "The immediate focus of BJP is Panchayat elections but their foremost concern is the parliamentary elections. By giving the statements of making government they have been trying to take benefit from administrative machinery as well as from voters", Mankotia claimed.
Sources claimed that by not dissolving the state assembly, the BJP has been trying to garner support at the ground level. "When they were part of the coalition government, their legislators had failed to meet up with the expectations of public and now they were given a chance to utilize their funds, which is only to do something on ground, which can be used for next elections", sources said, adding that once the assembly would be dissolved the legislators would not able to utilize funds, so they have been delaying to dissolve the assembly.
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