State Times News KATHUA: Accusing the BJP of not fulfilling any of its big promises made during the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, Shiv Sena Bala state unit described the ruling party’s manifesto for the upcoming election as another “shower of promises”. Briefing media persons here, Dimpy Kohli, State President Shiv Sena said the BJP had made promises like bringing back black money, giving Rs 15 lakh to each citizen, employment to two crore youth and cleaning Ganga river, and alleged that none of them was fulfilled. “In the manifesto of 2019 no mention has been made of non-fulfilment of these promises and it has now made 75 more promises,” he said, describing it as a “ridiculous”. Kohli said, “We don’t believe in the promises that BJP, Congress, National Conference and PDP have made with the people of Chenab Valley. They have always fallen flat. Our party believes in solving general issues and problems faced by the common masses.” “BJP had not only betrayed the collective sentiment of its electorates but had virtually demeaned and diminished the people of the region. The BJP rule subjected the Jammu people to the most traumatic phases of shocks in the recent past,” he said, adding that BJP has lost the confidence of even its core constituencies, the resentment across the Jammu region symbolized their anger and revulsion against these rulers and their desperation for a fair deal and justice with equity of which they stood deprived,” he said. Kohli appealed to the people and youth to support Meenakshi Chibber, Shiv Sena candidate from Kathua and cast their vote in her favour of n the upcoming Lok Sabha Parliamentary elections. Manish Sahni, Harish Gupta, Pawan Singh, Raj Singh, Raju Salaria, Vikas Bakshi were present.
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