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|Early Times Report|
Jammu, July 23: Editor Early Times, Munish Gupta, on Tuesday welcomed the move of the Governor's administration to tighten its noose around the corrupt people in Jammu and Kashmir.
Carrying forward his mass contact programme in different areas, Munish said, "The Governor's administration has intensified its drive against the corruption and the big fishes are feeling the heat."
"The menace of corruption has swallowed our entire system. It has hit the development works as these were allotted to the people who were close to the politicians and the powerful leaders. It's unfortunate that regimes headed by the politicians in the past refrained from laying hands on the big fishes as it would have exposed their own people," said Munish, who would be contesting the forthcoming Assembly elections as an Independent candidate from Gandhi Nagar constituency.
He said, "People are happy over the fact that the corrupt are being nailed and they are being asked about how they have amassed so much of wealth."
Munish said, "We are all aware about the track record of the people who have represented us during all these years and their journey from rags to riches. The forthcoming Assembly elections are a golden opportunity for us to reject the politicians, who just reaped the fruits of power and forgot the poor voters."
Munish said, "Winds of change are blowing and I hope people of Jammu will also join the carvan of change and give new people a chance to serve them."