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BJP thriving on empty rhetoric, falsehood: Harsh Dev
1/28/2023 10:38:36 PM
Early Times Report
CHENANI, Jan 28: Accusing the BJP of having failed and floundered in honouring its commitments with the people of J&K ever since its ascendance to power, Mr. Harsh Dev Singh, Former Minister and senior AAP leader said that the saffron party was thriving merely on empty rhetoric and false propaganda. While it promised a Job bonanza for educated youth post Art 370 abrogation, it did exactly the opposite of what it had assured. It not only terminated several hundreds and thousands of youth working in various govt deptts but also put the existing vacant govt jobs to auction with the middlemen extorting huge money from prospective Job seekers in the name of employment. The lands of poor farmers are being forcibly retrieved and indigent rural masses being forced to starvation. The Health and educational institutions in rural areas are facing chronic deficiency of staff with a highly insensitive remote controlled regime averse to the woes of the common masses. The BJP had proved to be a party of 'Jumlas' with a complete mismatch between its promises and delivery. The BJP leadership exploited the gullibility of the innocent voters during all elections held in the past eight years, including those of Parliament, Assembly, BDC and DDC, without delivering anything on the ground". He was addressing public meetings in Mayana and Sanada villages of Chenani constituency today.
Urging upon the people to recognize the real face of BJP behind its deceptive facades, Harsh Dev said that it was coming out with new slogans during each elections only to conceal its past failures and to enkindling new hopes amongst the poor indigent and deprived masses in order to fulfil its political ambitions. He said that the innocence of poor hapless people was once again exploited during the last DDC elections when several central BJP leaders indulged in boisterous extravaganza promising moon to the people. They made tall promises of early restoration of statehood, immediate Assembly elections, review of toll plazas, employment packages for the educated youth and so on and so forth, said Singh. He lamented that the people fell prey to such declamatory and bombastic talks of the 'Jumle baaz' leaders who only specialized in emotional mobilization and showmanship. He urged upon the people to wake up to the falsehood and innuendo of BJP which has been tailoring its slogans with the sole aim of capturing power.
Going all gun blazing against the BJP, Singh said that it had cheated the people in the past four elections of Assembly, Parliament BDC and DDC through its false narrative. Accusing the saffron for exploiting the religious sentiments of the people to gain power Singh said that such kind of divisive politics was not in tune with our pluralistic ethos. He said that AAP believed in secular values and would strongly oppose all fascist, bigoted political forces in the overall interest of the society and nation. The BJP had scripted a political narrative of falsehood and polarization which needed disapproval from saner elements of society.
Pointing towards the local issues of the area, Singh called for opening of adequate number of ration depots in the remote areas so as to facilitate the delivery of civil supplies to the people in their native villages. He regretted that several Panchayats of Chenani including Kither, Chirdi, Ladha, Chapper etc did not have any ration depot as a result of which the eligible BPL families had to travel 8-10 kms on foot to collect their subsidized ration thereby defeating the very purpose of the scheme. He called for timely release of instalments under PM's Awas Yojana which had been delayed for years in several cases. He called for early payment of compensation for lands and structures acquired from farmers for construction of PMGSY roads namely Ghantwal road, Chirdi Ladha road, Naugalta-Rajar road; Tandhar-Charat road, Satyalta and Pakhlai roads.
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