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HIRANAGAR: Criticising the dual standards of BJP leaders, former MLA and NPP State President Balwant Singh Mankotia claimed that BJP’s National President Amit Shah while addressing the rally accepted that their Govt failed to do justice with people of Ladakh and Jammu. He blamed that discrimination with Jammu and Ladakh region during BJP’s rule had crossed all limits and now party is trying to hoodwink the people of Jammu region keeping an eye on Parliament elections in 2019. While addressing youth rally at Chann Morian of Hiranagar Constituency, Mankotia claimed that BJP’s National President Amit Shah’s itself asserted that their Govt failed to do justice with the people of Jammu region who voted them to power with huge mandate.
Making a scathing attack on BJP’s National President, Mankotia blamed that during BJP workers meet, Amit Shah in his address termed as compulsion for people to vote for BJP and party decided to form government with PDP and surrendered all main issues of party for sake of power.
BJP offered 95 per cent employment share of Jammu youth to stonepelters to appease Mehbooba Mufti and now shedding crocodile tears, regretted Mankotia.
He claimed that people will not fall in the trap of BJP leaders trying to hoodwing the Dogra youth and now youth are fed with the policies of BJP and joining the Panthers Party whole heartedly.
NPP youth workers later organised a motorcycle rally in the area and supported the agitating women sitting on Dharna for seeking CBI inquiry in Rassana case.
On this occasion Pushotam Sharma, Mintu Sharma alias Kala, Abhinav Mehta along with three dozen youth joined the Panther Party in present of state president Balwant Singh Mankotia. Party youth leader Robin Sharma, Adv Ch. Sohan Singh, Manoj Gupta PTU, Sanjeev Gupta, Sarpanch Satish Sharma, Sandeep Sharma, Munish Kumar, Rajinder Bali, Rinku Sharma also addressed the youth rally.
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