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JCCI urges Governor to take action against 'Tainted Babus'
4/24/2019 11:55:56 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Apr 24: Rakesh Gupta, President JCCI in an urgent communication to Governor J&K State urged to take the "Tainted Babus" to task and make them accountable. Chamber also requested to Governor to identify the "Black Sheeps" enjoying the Power Corridors and remove them immediately in the interest of Peace, Prosperity and Nation Building.
As per statement, Rakesh Gupta said "While the JCCI appreciates your all out sincere efforts for development and peace in the State of J&K, we urge your goodselves to take the "Tainted Babus" to task and make them accountable. The State of J&K has witnessed Governors rule many times but we feel that it is the worst phase we are going through where only princely life style seems to be the motive of such "TAINTED BABUS" and not welfare of the suffering people. It is most unfortunate, that whom we can also label as "Sarganas" in bureaucracy, although few, previously protected by the politicians are still enjoying the power corridors which is matter of shame and concern. We request your goodselves to identify these "Black Sheeps" enjoying the power corridors and remove them immediately in the interest of Peace, Prosperity and Nation Building.
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