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NPP can outperform AAP in governance if given a chance: Harsh
‘BJP gave nothing to Jammu except Toll Plazas’
2/20/2020 8:38:47 PM

Early Times Report

Vijaypur, Feb 20: Urging upon the people to support the Panthers Party in its crusade for Justice to Jammu region, Harsh Dev Singh JKNPP Chairman and former Minister said that there was a nationwide trend to strengthen the regional parties in local polls.
He said that people across the country were fast realizing the fact that regional parties alone could meet the public expectations at local level and mitigate their sufferings. The national level parties had failed to dispense Justice at the grass root level, he claimed. The spectacular victory of AAP in Delhi elections was a moment of re-defining Indian politics and re-inventing democracy wherein the regional parties had come in prominence in State elections. Likewise the emergence of TRS, Shiv Sena, MNF, JMM others was an eye-opener for a narcissistically pleased and highly ascendant BJP which had been largely intoxicated with power and guided by sole agenda of capturing power even at the cost of its own manifesto, said Singh. He was addressing public meetings in Swankha and Sujadpur villages of Vijaypur constituency today alongwith Ex-Minister and Young Panthers State President Yash Paul Kundal.
Calling upon the people to take cue from the recent elections, Harsh Dev Singh said that with BJP falling from grace and failing to fulfill peoples aspirations, it was the regional parties alone that could meet their expectations at the local level and address their concerns in proper perspective. He said that JKNPP had proved time and again that it alone could navigate the people of Jammu region who stood cheated and betrayed by the BJP. Urging upon the people to strengthen JKNPP, he said that Panthers Party shall continue to fight for the cause of poor and marginalized sections of society who had been utterly disillusioned with the BJP’s politics of deceit and treachery. The BJP gave nothing to people of Jammu except Toll Plazas, asserted Singh.
Singh said that during the past five years, the Panthers Party vociferously fought for safeguarding the interests of various sections of society including unemployed youth, farmers, traders, general masses, Students, SCs, STs, OBCs, border dwellers, refugees and govt employees including DRWs, Contractuals besides others. “We held more than 450 protests highlighting the grievances of various aspirational groups with around 54 such protest demonstrations organized by the party in Delhi outside Parliament, at Jantar-Mantar, outside Union Home Ministry and infront of Pakistan High Commission.
Yash Paul Kundal said that when all other political parties had disappeared into the oblivion after State’s re-organization, it was the intrepid Panthers alone who stood firm like a rock and resisted all authoritarian moves of the govt despite being harassed and persecuted. “Panthers have the will as well as the capacity. Support us for a better Tomorrow”, asserted Kundal.
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