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Won’t compromise with aspirations of Jammu: Bhalla

Former minister and senior Congress leader Raman Bhalla has said that Congress won’t compromise with the aspirations of the people of Jammu region.

While interacting with the people in Dharap area of Gandhinagar constituency today, Bhalla criticised BJP Govt at the Centre for its failure to provide Government jobs to youth of country in general and of J&K in particular. He said that BJP led Government at the Centre befooled the masses with its lies and hollow assurances besides its UT leadership misled innocent youth on the name of jobs.

“General public is fed up with these lies and bogus plans narrated by Central leadership,” he said, adding “BJP already knew they could never fulfill promise of jobs they made with educated people of J&K. Making of these fake promises was just to gain power,” he asserted.

Taking a dig at Union Govt, Bhalla claimed that Jammu region is reeling under shortage of various basic requirements but Govt is unmoved. He observed that BJP regime has antagonized all sections of people whether it is the youth, government employees, women or even children, this government has hurt every section of the society.

Former Minister said Government has totally lost its credibility due to its mis-governance, which led to the failure of government on all the fronts. He said problems like lack of basic amenities, unemployment and inflation in the J&K forced the common man to live in miserable conditions. He pointed out that there was total chaos and confusion among people as BJP leadership has failed to remove peoples’ apprehensions. He said there is complete uncertainty in J&K and people are confronting with failure of the administration to solve day today problems. He reiterated his pledge to continue his crusade against the discrimination unless all the aspirations of the people were addressed in letter and spirit.

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