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DRABSHALLA: Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC), Vice President and MLA Inderwal, Ghulam Mohammad Saroori today said that Congress will expose BJP and play a constructive role projecting burning issues of the public.
Addressing senior functionaries and workers here at Drabshalla area of Inderwal constituency, Saroori said people had high hopes from BJP after 2014 and had given opportunity to serve but now they are realising their mistake. They have been suffering badly due to misrule of Modi Government.
Saroori said that BJP government came to power with a wave but now people are repenting and realising their mistake for voting them into power. Counting a long list of issue such as GST, demonetisation, ration quota, petrol prices, gas cylinder etc he said that, Congress is playing a constructive role to highlight various issues of public.
Launching frontal attack on BJP for promoting communal and regional divide, Saroori said governments are always run on the principles and not religions. They may be from any community but they have to ensure development including providing drinking water, electricity, open schools and hospitals etc. BJP must shun its old habit of exploiting people on communal lines, Saroori said.
Saroori said the party was gaining strength in the State and appealed to the party activists to reach out to the people and expose the NDA which is trying to divert the attention of the people just to cover up its failures.
President Block Congress Committee Drabshalla, Akhtrar Hussain Khurwaey, President Block Congress Committee Bunjwah Mohd Iqbal Keen, President Block Congress Committee Mugalmaidan Ali Mohd Naik, workers from Kontwara, Drabshalla, Lass, Dugga, Delhoti, Bugrana, Badhath, Barhoti, Tatani, Kukerwas, Londhri, Dhar and Dugga attended the meeting.
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