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Congress will emerge stronger in Chenab valley:JKPCC Chief
11/30/2022 11:37:00 PM
Early Times Report

Doda, Nov 30 : JKPCC Chief Shri Vikar Rasool Wani has said that Congress will emerge stronger in the entire Chenab valley as the people are now more strongly behind the Congress party and the Congress cadres at the grassroots are solidly with the party.
Addressing a huge public meeting at Bhalessa today, organised by DDC Member Nadeem Sharief Niaz son of Former Minister and veteran Leader Late Mohd Sharief Niaz, Wani said that the people of Chenab valley have seen through the working and strategy of BJP and its sister concerns and are now fully with the secular and progressive policies of the Congress party.
He said that congress cadres at grassroots are soldily with the party, so it will emerge much stronger in the coming elections.
Working President Mr Raman Bhalla,Former MLA Ashok Dogra, Sheikh Majeeb, Former PYC President Pranab Shagotra, ,Congress leaders Pyare Lal Shan, Jahangir Sirwal, BDC Member Mohammed Abbas, Om Parkash Parihar ,Latish Sharma and others also spoke on the occasion.
JKPCC Chief recalled and praised the leadership of Former Minister Mohd Sharief Niaz who worked hard through out his long public life and brought about massive development in the region. He was always in the service of people and was a man of masses commanding lot of respect in the entire Chenab region and elsewhere in Jammu and Kashmir.
He also appreciated Nadeem Sharief Niaz who is following the footsteps of his father , he added
Wani said that massive response to his tour in the entire erstwhile Doa district proves that the people are fully aware of the stategy of the ruling BJP to divide the people on religious lines and through its sister concerns and are not ready to be exploited emotionally or befooled by the tactics and are now more strongly with Congress than ever before.
It makes him firmly believe that Congress will emerge much stronger in next elections in the entire Chenab valley, Wani claimed.
He expressed gratitude of Chenab valley for their whole hearted support in the past too but hoped that they would be more strongly with Congress this time to defeat the divisive forces and to fight the struggle for the lost status, dignity and rights of people. JKPCC Working President Raman Bhalla lashed out at the BJP for destroying the history,status,dignity and the Democratic culture in Jammu and Kashmir and gave only miseries to all sections of society.
He said BJP is enjoying the proxy rule in Jammu and Kashmir but passing on the buck for the incidents of misgovernance and mal administration to LG rule, while the people are highly critical of the lack of restoration of statehood and restoration of democracy.
Firing fresh salvo on BJP, Bhalla said that minorities in Kashmir are more safe under BJP rule than before especially after abrogation of special status, while strongly condemning selective and tagetted killings.
The centre and LG administration has failed to ensure safety of minorities and other innocents but it is harassing the minorities including KPs and Jammu employees to resume duties in Kashmir at the cost of their lives.
He expressed surprise that all this has started under BJP regime which always boosted of being the champions of minorities in Kashmir but now shedding crocodile tears only while watching haplessly to the worst conditions of fear and risk to minorities in Kashmir.
Blaming BJP and centre government for the unprecedented price rise, huge taxations of all sorts,record unemployment and an atmosphere of authoritarian rule, he said that a bureaucratic rule can’t be substitute to elected government, since they are not neither answerable nor approachable to the people.
Bhalla also raised the worst work culture in the offices where common people find it difficult to seek redressal of their grievances except by resorting to pleasing tactics.
The people are fed up with the system and would teach BJP a lesson in the comming elections.
Bhalla asked people to reject the opportunist politics and the proxy political forces and strengthen congress which always followed secular and progressive politics and fought communal and divisive forces in the country and state. Congress never exploited people of jammu and Kashmir on the religious, regional or caste factors or on other emotive issues for vote politics however now people understand that only congress can fight bjp in the country.
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