STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Janta Dal (United), J&K President, G M Shaheen has urged the Union Home Minister, Amit Shah to fulfill his commitment by returning back statehood to Jammu & Kashmir. Addressing media persons here, Shaheen said that Janta Dal will not participate in upcoming elections in Jammu & Kashmir till statehood is restored back. Referring to development work after establishment of UTs in Jammu & Kashmir, Shaheen alleged that nothing has changed on ground level as far as development of Jammu & Kashmir Union Territory is concerned as most of the bureaucrats, holding 2 to 3 Departments, are sitting in their comfortable offices, leaving the development works and other concerned issues of people on mercy of the God, even after abrogation of Articles 370 and 35A. He added that people of J&K are still deprived of their fundamental rights as far as basic problems and issues including drinking water supply and other related aspirations are concerned. Shaheen urged the Lt Governor Girish Chandra Murmu to visit people personally to ascertain the issues being faced by them, which have not been resolved by the bureaucrats.
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