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BJP unnerved, politically isolated by massive response to BJY- Ravinder
1/9/2023 11:08:12 PM

Early Times Report

Nowshera, Jan 9: Congress has said that BJP has got unnerved due to massive response to Bharat jodo yatra which has left BJP politically isolated especially în Jammu and Kashmir, due to the decision of major mainstream parties to join.
The BJP is questing the decision of their former allies joining Yatra, knowing that this Yatra is apolitical & has already become a historical Jan andolan în the country against BJP government's anti people, anti youth ,anti poor policies and exclusive programmes, said JKPCC Chief Spokesperson Ravinder Sharma while addressing a workers meeting at Nowshera for inviting people to join Yatra.
He said BJP must answer why they shared power with those parties în the state ¢re , if în its opinion, these parties were working against the nation, adding anybody even from BJP are welcome to join Yatra, if they feel suffocated of the policies and programmes of their party.
JKPCC Chief Spokesperson Ravinder Sharma said that BJY is a Jan Andolan which is open for everyone to join,who are în agreement with the public Issues and sufferings of people, raised by Shri Rahul Gandhi but BJP has problem în this too, when PDP, NC,CPM, Shiv Sena &several others have decided to join it în J&K, as BJP feels isolated în the situation.
He was addressing a workers meeting at Nowshera today urging people to join the upcoming Yatra în J&K to highlight the Issues of farmers bring evicted from their lands after decades, new HR policy for anganwadi workers , NYC, Daily wagers, adhic, Contratuals, NHM, Home guards snd various other similar sections suffering due to anti youth, anti employees, anti farmer and anti poor policies of present dispensation în J&K.
Senior National Conference Leader Advocate Rattan Singh also joined the meeting and extended full support to the Yatra.
Prominent political Leaders of Nowshera Shri Bidhi Chand ZEO , Ch Ravinder Chouhan, also extended full support to the Yatra.
Senior Congress Leaders attended the meeting including Vijay Bakshi, Arshad Mehmood, Sat Pal Sharma, Mukand Lal, Adv Gourav Sharma, Ch Pyare Lal, Sansar Chand, Mahatma Inder, Raj Kumar,Daleep Kumar Heer, Ishtiaq Chaudhary, Mangat Ram, Subash Chaudhary, Sansar Chaudhary, Pashori Lal and others.
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