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Reject tried, tested, proved failure: Harsh
JKNPP holds massive road show in Kathua
3/26/2019 10:23:04 PM
Early Times Report
KATHUA, Mar 26: Expressing gratitude to the Dogras for reposing faith in the Panthers Party, the party leaders including Chairman Harsh Dev Singh, State President Balwant Singh Mankotia, State President Young Panthers Yash Paul Kundal and others took out a massive road show in Kathua which saw en masse participation of the people. The leaders vociferously asserted that since all other parties including the Congress, BJP, NC and PDP had belied the hopes and aspirations of the people of Jammu, Panthers Party alone had stood firm to emerge as a reckoning force to liberate them from the decades old socio-political discrimination. The rally comprising convoy of hundreds of cars and two wheelers passed through Jatwal, Ghagwal, Hirana-gar, Chadwal, Dayala Chak, Barnoti finally culminated at Nagri Chowk in Kathua. Meanwhile, Mr. Harsh Dev Singh filed his nomination papers from Udhampur Parliame-ntary constituency in Kathua today.
While addressing the huge gathering at Kathua, Harsh Dev Singh said that with the entire concentration of the successive state as well as central govts on Kashmir, the Jammu region was perpetually left neglected economically and politically besides facing severe identity crisis.
He said that people of this region had exhibited tremendous endurance and patience with the hope that the decades old discrimination with Jammu region would end someday with the Kashmir as well as Delhi rulers realizing the need and importance of maintaining regional balance and parity."The Dogras who heavily voted BJP to power in the State and the Centre were shell shocked when their aspirations and wishes were bartered away by the 25 Saffron MLAs to PDP for the crumbs of power. They felt humiliated, hoodwinked and betrayed by the BJP's backward somersault from its grandiloquent pre-poll promises doled out to them in 2014. When the people had pinned high hopes with PM Narendra Modi that he would provide solace to them by resolving the Jammu related issues, the BJP only promoted the interests of Kashmir centric leaders by playing a second fiddle to PDP, Harsh rued. Taking a pot shot at the newly announced Sangathan, Singh said that having served the interests of New Delhi and Kashmir centric forces, its leadership was now trying to cheat the people in the name of 'Dogra Swabhiman'. Never did it occur to these leaders during their 25 year political career that Dogras were the most deprived and subjugated lot even during their own successive tenures in power, said Singh.
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