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BJP thrived on deceptive slogans, false promises: Harsh
5/4/2019 11:13:30 PM

Early Times Report

RAMNAGAR, May 4: Accusing the BJP at the centre and state of having belied the hopes and aspirations of the people, Harsh Dev Singh JKNPP Chairman and Former Minister today said that time had come to teach a lesson to those who betrayed the voters by false narrative and deceptive slogans. He said that while the slogans of "corruption free dispensation" and "Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas" remained a distant mirage, the bold assertions of "Achhe Din" have continued to remain mired in ambiguity. The saffron rule witnessed uncontrolled inflation, steep rise in petrol and diesel prices and demonetization which gave a stunning blow to the economy of the nation besides rattling the middle classes and lower income groups. He said that with pre poll promises having transformed into post poll somersaults, the disenchantment of the masses with the saffron party had become more pronounced with each passing day. He was addressing series of public meetings in villages Dheeran, Baryalta, Dhanwalat, Dhanu, Farole and Blhand of Ramnagar constituency today.
"Not only did it fail on governance front but law and order situation deteriorated to an all time low. The internal security became the biggest causality of BJP rule with unprecedented death and destruction shaking people's faith in the dispensation they headed. The Pulwama attack on CRPF Jawans in which 44 jawans were martyred has been a great security lapse that shall continue to haunt the people for years to come. The transportation of huge quality of RDX and other explosives to the site of attack in Pulwama was the biggest security lapse for which the govt was answerable and owed explanation to the nation", asserted Singh.
With unemployment having assumed alarming proportions, the educated unemployed youth suffered most heavily under the central as well as BJP-PDP coalition rule. While announcements for creation of two crore jobs every year were made by the central BJP leaders, the delivery on the ground was in inverse proportion to the articulation of the promise itself.
Decrying the BJP for ignoring the issue of delimitation of Assemblies during its 3½ year rule, Singh deplored the neglect of every single issue of Jammu region which it had incorporated in its Election manifesto.
Harsh Dev Singh said that while development took a back seat in the state during the previous regime, the culture of corruption grew by leaps and bounds and became all pervasive. The menace of paid transfers and political favouritism become the order of the day.
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