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Support Congress candidate to end BJP’s misrule
4/6/2024 10:55:52 PM

Early Times Report

JAMMU, Apr 6: Mula Ram, Senior Vice President of J&K Pradesh Congress Committee and former minister, along with Hari Singh Chib, Vice President of JKPCC, conducted a series of meetings in Marh Constituency to garner support for the party’s candidate for the Jammu Lok Sabha seat.
During their visit, the senior Congress leaders held indoor meetings in several villages including Kalyanpur, Pakhiyan, Jhiri, Chak Dabbain, and Bachiyal. They engaged with prominent individuals to discuss the party’s achievements in serving the people and elevating the nation.
Mula Ram criticized the BJP government, asserting that its policies had led to the transformation of Jammu from a sacred Temple City into a hub of liquor consumption. He pointedly accused the government of showing favoritism towards external contractors, neglecting the interests of indigenous inhabitants in the process. He underscored the heavy burden placed upon the people of Jammu due to exorbitant taxation, encompassing levies on essential services such as electricity, water, and taxes, exacerbating the financial strain on local residents.
Furthermore, the former minister voiced deep concern regarding the detrimental repercussions of BJP’s governance on the youth of Jammu and Kashmir, highlighting potential adverse effects on their future prospects and well-being. He urged for a reconsideration of policies to alleviate the mounting challenges faced by the populace and to safeguard the cultural integrity and socioeconomic welfare of the region.
Hari Singh echoed these sentiments, highlighting the public’s dissatisfaction with the BJP’s autocratic rule and tax terrorism.
He criticized the BJP leaders for turning a blind eye to the harassment faced by ordinary citizens at the hands of bureaucrats.
He lamented the lack of empathy and action from those in power, highlighting the need for a more compassionate and responsive approach to governance.
Hari Singh Chib emphasized that the people are determined to remove the BJP from power and send a resounding message about the hardships they have endured under the current regime. He expressed discontent over the delayed restoration of statehood, failure to protect land and job rights, and the prolonged absence of assembly elections.
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