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JAMMU: Claiming that BJP has deviated from its agenda and core issues, former Minister and senior Congress leader, Raman Bhalla emphasised both the coalition partners have not honoured the mandate of the people of the State.
Interacting with people of Chatha Bhour Camp, Bhalla said that the people were finding themselves at the cross roads of history with lack of direction and will to govern compounding the grievances of common man manifolds.
Bhalla said that the hope of inclusive development and political reconciliation have been taken over by despair, as the unholy PDP-BJP alliance has been failed to satiate the urges and aspirations of people. He said the slogans of change and Acche Din have proven hoax and the coalition partners have reneged on every single statement and promise they made during elections, which they fought as per clandestine understanding.
Bhalla said the people are suffering due to developmental inertia, as the present dispensation has not only abandoned the schemes initiated by the Congress led government but also failed to take up new projects as per needs of the people.
Referring to traumatic situation being faced by border dwellers due to intermittent ceasefire violations and skirmishes, Bhalla said the alarming security scenario calls for thaw between Indo-Pak relations. Bhalla expressed concern over concerted attempts of the coalition partners to polarise the situation in order to hide their failures on governance front.
Hitting out at BJP for failing people of Jammu by disrespecting their massive mandate, Bhalla said that despite being in power at the Centre and in the State the party has been failed miserably on governance front.
Bhalla said people of Jammu will never forgive the BJP for treachery and deceit, as their pride has been bartered for few loaves of power. Among those who were present on the occasion included Kapoor Lal Ward President Congress Party Bhour Camp, Bal Krishan, Jalla Ram, Chuni Lal, Tarsem Lal, Ramesh Kumar, Panch Ajay Kumar, Ex Panch Sham Lal, Ex Panch Tajinder Singh, Krishan Lal, Kuldeep Raj (Babu), Om Parkash, Parveen Kumar, Vijay Kumar, Manohar Lal, Kalu, Varun Kumar, Vicky Kumar and Sunil Kumar.
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