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AAP takes out 'Halla Bol' protest rally
8/6/2022 10:55:38 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Aug 6: Aam Adami Party (AAP) has taken protest rally 'Padyatra' from Bantalab against BJP for creating unabated unemployment, corruption in the Jammu and Kashmir. Over hundred of AAP workers led by its senior leader Subhash Sharma started protest rally from Bantalab near CRPF headquarter.
Amid slogans against BJP Government as well as UT administration for failing to curb corruption, unemployment, inflation due to which people of Jammu and Kashmir has been forced to come on road for justice.
"After abrogation of article 370 and 35-a, BJP had promised to provide bumper jobs in government as well in private sector in Jammu but nothing has happened sort of till date. It was said that huge numbers of industries will come after August 5, 2019 in Jammu but want to ask to the BJP where are these industries," said Subhash Sharma.
He further alleged that BJP has been increasing GST on essential commodities and it is hardly bother to mitigate the problems of common people. "If AAP is given public mandate in coming assembly elections, It will work on upgrading health infrastructure, education, water and electricity. Besides, several developmental works which have been abandoned will be completed on priority basis," he added.
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