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Stop rhetoric; focus on development, employment generation: Rana tells BJP
1/17/2021 11:52:52 PM
Early Times Report

Manwal, Jan 17: National Conference Provincial President Devender Singh Rana today advised the BJP to stop rhetoric and focus on development and employment in marginalized Jammu and Kashmir.
“BJP is creating a lot of euphoria by raising noise over non-issues instead of addressing the accumulated problems of the people", Mr Rana said while addressing the workers at Kishanpur in Nagrota Assembly Constituency.
The occasion was marked by the joining of prominent citizens and political activists Charan Dass, Ex Chairman, Chain Singh, Gopal Singh, Durga Dass, Roshan Lal, Tara Chand, Vijay, Rumal Singh, Vijay Sharma, Harikrishan, Satpal, Parveen Sharma and others into the National Conference in presence of Councillor DDC Dansal Shameem Begum, BDC Dansal Reena Thappa, BDC Nagrota Ch Rehmat. The Provincial President said that emotive slogans have retarded the growth of Jammu and Kashmir during the past six years, increased unemployment and paralysed economy. Jammu has suffered the most as the BJP took people for-granted and did virtually nothing instead of making fast promises.
Rana lauded the resilience of the people in braving odds on development and economic fronts during the past six years and said their resolute fight democratically will greatly change the scenario. The process has already begun in the recent elections and the day is not far when people will triumph at the strength of their votes and have a dispensation, which fulfils their urges and aspirations.
The period of despondency will definitely be taken over by hope and promise of better tomorrow, he maintained.
Rana hoped that with their joining, the National Conference will be further strengthened at the grass roots level.
Prominent those present included Sarpanch Kathar Lower Kanta Devi, Kuldeep Kumar (Sukha), Kishori Lal Ashok Singh (Gulail), Narinder Singh, Jagdev Singh, Puran Singh, Sandeep Gupta, Mahesh Gupta, Ex Sarpanch Mohd Sadiq, Angrez Singh, Pritam Singh, Mohan Singh, Mohan Lal Sharma and others.
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