STATE TIMES NEWS NAGROTA: National Conference Provincial President, Devender Singh Rana on Sunday slammed BJP for letting down Jammu and compromising with its dignity by superimposing personal interest over public welfare. “The pretention of self-styled champions of Jammu-cause fell flat when it came to deliverance during its over three years misrule with PDP,” Rana said, while addressing a function at Jandyal in Nagrota Assembly Constituency held to welcome entire Youth Congress unit of Block Mathwar into National Conference. Dayal Singh (Lucky), who was the President Youth Congress for Nagrota Assembly Constituency and General Secretary for Jammu-Poonch Parliamentary Constituency, along with his functionaries and workers joined National Conference and pledged to support party, which he said, was tirelessly working under the leadership of Devender Singh Rana for development and upliftment of the constituency over years. Rana said that treachery and deceit of BJP is haunting Jammu people, who reposed their unflinching faith and support to it with a hope that Jammu may get a better deal, as during the days of its wilderness in opposition, BJP leaders were crying hoarse over discrimination and neglect. Referring to issues faced by people of the constituency, Rana said that being a public representative, he has been pursuing all those connected with development for giving a push to the schemes and projects, aimed at overall development and welfare of different segments of society. “I will keep highlighting every issue, major or minor, to make sure that the constituency progress and prosper, notwithstanding the odds”, he assured people and said that their support and cooperation act as an inspiration for him to work for the betterment of the constituency. Those who joined the National Conference along with Dayal Singh (Lucky) included Nanak Chand, Jagdeep Singh, Hukum Singh (Retd SHO), Mahdev Singh (ex-servicemen), Sathdev Singh, Isha Singh, Sandeep Singh, Sumit Mehra, Tasem, Neeraj Mehra, Rinku Kumar, Murad Ali, Manjeet Kumar, Balwant Raj, Bhanupartap Singh, Ram Ditta, Sanju Langeh, Pawan Singh, Rakesh Bharti, Sandokh Singh, Jang Bahadur, Rashid Ali, Paramjeet, Abdul Gani, Kaki Bibi, Sahil Sharma, Deepak Sharma, Sandeep Kumar,Sachin Kumar, Jangi Ram, Rekha Langeh, Kanika Langeh, Radhika Langeh, Archna Langeh, Mariyam,Prem Lata, Reenu Langeh, Komal Jamwal, Geeta Jamwal and Ritu Langeh. Welcoming new entrants in the party fold, Rana hoped that their joining will further strengthen the party at grass root level and enable it to meet the challenges confronted to the State with much more vigour. Others present on the occasion included Som Nath Khajuria, Sham Lal Sharma, Kuldeep Singh, Sanjeev Singh, Nakshatar Singh, Subash Singh, Balbir Singh, Tejpal Singh and Rekha Langeh.
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