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BJP on its last legs in J&K: Harsh Dev Singh
12/5/2022 10:32:31 PM
Early Times Report
UDHAMPUR, Dec 5: Peeved over the failure of the govt to meet the power and drinking water requirements of the people of Chenani constituency besides their neglect by the administration over a host of other issues, Harsh Dev Singh, Former Minister and senior AAP leader said that the present dispensation had left the people of various rural and remote areas at the mercy of God with none to even listen to their tales of woes and sufferings. He said that with the majority of the rural schools facing chronic staff deficiency, the govt had failed to act so as to save the careers of students. And contrarily it had imposed a ten year ban on recruitment of teachers thereby suggesting that worse was yet to happen with rural education already suffering for the dearth of teaching staff. He said that while the govt was indulging in self praise and incessant chest thumping over its much proclaimed development initiatives, the ground situation was altogether different revealing a complete mismatch between slogans and the physical delivery. He was addressing several public meetings during his tour of Bashat in Chenani and Kuh Nalah in Udhampur East constituency.
Addressing various gatherings, Harsh Dev lambasted the govt for accusing the general masses for power crisis in the name of power theft. The govt. can't absolve itself from the responsibility of ensuring un-interrupted supply of basic amenities merely by deflecting the blame upon the public at large. And it's not the common man who is involved in power theft, mind you. It's the big, moneyed, powerful and influential people who are using more power by abusing their position and authority and even failing to pay the power tariff. And it's the unholy nexus between unscrupulous officers and corrupt politicians who are involved in theft of power, water and other resources needed by the society", asserted Singh.
Singh said that the position of water supply was equally pathetic with the concerned authorities having miserably failed to fulfil even the drinking water requirements of the people. The govt which had assured 24x7 power supply and "Har Ghar Nal" scheme had failed to redeem its lofty promises with all round disenchantment growing rapidly amongst the masses. He said that AAP alone could fulfil the aspirations of the people who felt cheated by the present regime. With BJP on its last legs, the people were eagerly awaiting for the much needed change in the erstwhile state.
Manju Singh senior AAP leader urged upon the people to strengthen AAP in J&K so that the common masses could be assured of Justice and fair deal. She said that the govt had not only failed to provide basic amenities to the people but had posed the most menacing threat to the very survival of poor and marginalized sections of the society through uncontrolled prices of essentials and raging inflation. She said that with unemployment at its peak and development having come to a grinding halt, the BJP govt had lost the moral authority to continue in office.
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