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Hilly, rural areas confronting development deficit under J&K Govt: Sadhotra
Rattan Lal asks Party cadre to gear-up for ensuing polls in J&K
3/28/2024 10:15:23 PM
Early Times Report

BILLAWAR, Mar 28: J&K National Conference today kicked off an intensive election campaign for the I.N.D.I Alliance, signaling a strong push towards victory in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.
In this regard, a day-long convention was organised under the chairmanship of Th Suram Singh, senior NC leader and former minister in Billawar area of district Kathua.
On the occasion, Ajay Sadhotra, Additional General Secretary JKNC and former minister, Rattan Lal Gupta, Provincial President, Sajjad Ahmed Kitchloo Zonal President Chenab Valley and former Minister, Ram Pal ji Zonal President Jammu Samba Kathua and former minister, Abdul Ghani Malik, Zonal President Udhampur Reasi and former minister, Laxmi Dutta, Harshvardan, Ayub Malik Provincial Secretary and Amrish Sharma were also present.
At the beginning of the meeting, Th Suram Singh raised serious concern over lack of support from the incumbent government. He said that the hilly, rural and far off areas are being discriminated badly by the present government. He maintained that the present government has miserably failed to provide basic amenities to the general public.
Addressing gathering, Ajay Sadhotra observed that the ground situation in context with the development in the rural and hilly belts is pathetic as people are craving for basic amenities.
He said that people are confronting development deficit but the government is busy in spreading false narrative of colossal development in far off belts of J&K, which is a white lie as on ground people are facing multiple problems with no solution in sight. He said that neglect of hilly terrains is visible on ground but the government is trumpeting development, development and development day and night.
Rattan Lal Gupta, in his address, criticised the present government for its failure to stand on the expectations of people of Billawar, Bani Basholi area of Kathua district. He emphasized that only National Conference can bail out people from this misery as castles of development made by J&K Government in air are distant apart from reality. He called upon party workers to gear up for the upcoming polls.
Sajjad Ahmed Kitchloo said the present government has miserably failed to address the problems being faced by youth of hilly and remote areas due to highest ever employment in J&K. He said that only the National Conference can give a tough fight in the ensuing polls and stressed upon the need of unity and dedication to overcome obstacles and ensure the success of the party.
Babu Rampal, in a rallying call to action, urged workers to exhibit unwavering dedication and unwavering devotion in their efforts to secure victory for the Alliance candidates.
Emphasizing the critical role of every individual in shaping the electoral outcome, he stressed the importance of tireless commitment and united action in realizing the alliance’s goals.
Encouraging a spirit of determination and perseverance, Abdul Ghani Malik asked the workers to channel their energies towards mobilizing support, spreading awareness, and actively participating in the democratic process to ensure a resounding victory for the Alliance candidates.
Laxmi Dutta, senior NC woman leader, appealed to the women of the area to throw their full support behind Alliance candidates, emphasizing that only the NC possesses the vision and commitment needed to empower women and uplift their status in society.
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