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JAMMU: District Congress Committee (Urban) Jammu discussed in details the present political scenario of the State and expressed concern over the failure of government on all fronts.
Speaking in the meeting of DCC (Urban) Jammu held here under its President, Anil Chopra, Senior Congress leader Raman Bhalla said that the government has miserably failed to fulfill any of its promises made during the elections.
“It failed to check the prices of essential commodities like ration, pulses, sugar etc. Instead of putting check on price hike, the State Goverment has increased the price of ration at government depots.
The most unfortunate is that in spite of hike government failed to provide adequate ration to the people,” he added.
“It miserably failed in providing civic amenities like power, drinking water, ration, besides hike of prices of ration the people are not getting ration and sugar and it looks the government least bother about the problems of people,” he stated.
While referring the results of just concluded elections of five states, Bhalla said that Congress won in three states.
The BJP in spite of second number party in Goa and Manipur formed government by way of unfair means, he added.
District Congress Committee demanded holding of elections to the Municipal Corporations, Municipal Committees, Town Area Committees, as the elections of these bodies are overdue and it should be held before the elections of Panchayats which are also due.
Others who attended the meeting include Kirtan Singh, Mansa Ram, Madan Lal Malagar, P.S Chohan, Uttam Singh, Kulbushan Sharma, Rashpal Singh, B.S Mastana, Dr. Rama Kant Khajuria, Gourav Chopra, Naresh Maini, Padamni Langeh, Vishva Natha, Ram Prakash Magotra, Ashu Mehra, Sunil Kumar, Chanchal Popli, Vinay Sharma, Parshotam Mehra, Gourav Kapoor, Vishwa Nath, Ashu Dogra, Bodh Raj Sharma, Jyoti Vaid, Aditya Dogra, Chaman Lal Bhatti, Karuna Devi, Harinder Singh, Parwinder Kour, Camres David, T. Gill, Shamboo Parsad and Rubina.
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