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Dec 8, results will have repercussions on national politics-AAP
12/4/2022 10:46:29 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Dec 4: Senior Members & volunteers of AAP hold meeting in Party Head office Gandhi Nagar, Jammu, under the chairmanship of S. Deep Singh, Founder & National Council Member & held thread bare discussion on the prevailing political scenario at the J&K as also National level particularly post Dec., 8 situation which is likely to cast its repercussions on national politics the release forecasted.
During the deliberations, various speakers anticipated un expected results in Gujarat as also in MCD because of anti- incumbency sentiment, sentimental wave in Gujrat of 27 years of misrule & corruption as also in MCD for last 15 year during which the hillock of debris has gained its height to the annoyance of Delhites and resentment of visitors, the release claimed and said that people in general in both the election borne states of Gujrat & Delhi have made up their mind for a change which will certainly cast its shadow on the prospectus of 2024 political picture on national scene. The Senior leaders exhorted upon the Party volunteers to ensure strengthening the Party at the booth level, two volunteers need be nominated at each booth to give a strength to the Party & stressed upon all District & Assembly bodies to gaur up & ensure that two volunteers of repute & integrity are nominated at each block booth level so that general public feel trust on the Party.
The speakers further said that LG, Manoj Sinha, as per practice of PM Modi & other BJP leaders, is busy here in J&K, throwing JAMLAS after JUMLAS & said that who will trust this type of ornamental JUMLAS because earlier also PM Modi promised 15 lacs into the accounts of each house hold, doubling the income of farmers by ending 2022, MSP to the benefit of farmers, 2 crores jobs to the frustrated highly educated youths. Terming BJP Bhartiya Jhoot Party, the Sr. AAP leaders questioned as to where is Samriti Irani as the LPG has jumped to Rs. 1100 from Rs. 430 per cylinder, prices of Diesel, Petrol, fertilizers, quality seeds, Milk, curd, Atta, transport fares etc? They expressed serious concern over devaluation of money as Indian rupee has dipped record low over Rs 83 as compared to U.S dollar and said our GDP is astonishingly lower than our small neighbarers and the Nation has to pay billions more on account of Import bills. They further said that on International scenario, the hunger index, the mal-nutrition India is alarmingly at a low position. And in such a situation how can we become VISHAV GURU, they questioned. Prominent among those who participates & spoke in the meeting include, Major General retired Rajinder Singh Jamwal, S. Deep Singh, Farooq Ahmed Banday, Ram Singh Chauhan, Kuldeep Kumar Rao, Sarpanch Ravinder Singh, Amit Langer, Srd. Sethi Ji, Agya Kour, Dr. Preeti Bhagat, Princy, Romesh Lal Bhagat, Suresh Kumar Bhagat, Ashni Chaudhary Mattu, Mahesh Chander Sudan, Surinder Chauhan, Parveen Gupta, & others.
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