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JAMMU: Gurdeep Singh Sasan, Vice President of National Conference, Jammu Province, on Saturday criticised the State Coalition Government for not showing its serious concern towards the problems being faced by the border dwellers.
During visit to R S Pura area, Sasan said that people of border areas are suffering due to the government apathy as there is complete lack of medical facilities. He further said that the people are left at the mercy of God. “They are spending sleepless nights along with their children under the open sky,” he added. Sasan demanded immediate compensation to the firing victims who have lost their lives and lost their property and cattle during the unprovoked shelling by Pakistan.
Addressing various meetings, Sasan castigated the government for its total failure come to the rescue to the sufferers. He asserted that Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah has directed him to take stock of the shelling affected areas and listen the grievances of people residing border areas. He said that National Conference is stands with them in this hour of crisis.
Sasan also met the Director Health Services, Principal Government Medical College Jammu and IGP Jammu requesting them for necessary facilities to the fire victims.
Later, Sasan visited R S Pura Hospital and listened to the grievances of the people and assured them that he has take their grievances seriously and the same conveyed to the party High Command.
Daljeet Sharma, District President Rural Women Wing Jammu who accompanied Sasan, demanded two Marla plot for the border dwellers and provide one Pacca room for emergency purposes. Rakesh Sharma City President, Janak Raj Sarpanch R.S Pura, Naina Devi and Prince Sharma were also present.
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