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Time to overthrow old, decayed political parties: Harsh Dev
9/25/2022 10:29:02 PM
Early Times Report

Chenani, Sept 25: Urging upon the people to gear up for ensuing elections to J&K Assembly, Harsh Dev Singh, Former Minister and senior AAP leader 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’ too 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 public meetings in Upper Barmeen and Nordern villages of Chenani constituency today.
“With unemployment having assumed alarming proportions, the educated unemployed youth was the major causality of the central as well as the previous BJP-PDP coalition rule.
While announcements for creation of two crore Jobs every year were made by central BJP leaders, the delivery on the ground was in inverse proportion to the articulation of the promise itself. Not only the country faced large scale retrenchments after demonetization particularly in the private sector but the govts failed to create and to fill up even the existing vacancies in the govt sector”, he lamented.
And contrarily, he said, the present regime is making vague statements over employment thereby causing immense embitterment amongst the educated youth.
He said that the simmering discontent amongst the educated youth posed a major challenge which could have earth shaking consequences in the days to come.
Harsh Dev Singh said that while development took a back seat in the state during the saffron rule, the culture of corruption grew by leaps and bounds and has become all pervasive.
The menace of paid Transfers and political favouritism became the order of the day.
Official Red-tape and vested interest adversely impacted upon the efficiency and working of various Deptts with even the important files remaining un-disposed for months together without any movement, divulged Singh.
The all-round chaos, mis-governance, non performance and patronized corruption in govt functioning necessitated changes in the political system and urged upon the people to overthrow the old and decayed political parties.
He said that AAP had proved its mettle in Delhi as well as in Punjab and it alone could steer the J&K UT out of crisis.
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