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JAMMU: Pradesh Mahila Congress on Monday organised a silent march from Pradesh Congress Headquarters to DC office Jammu and handed over a memorandum to be sent to the Governor of J&K.
The procession was led by General Secretary and Incharge J&K Nagma along with Indu Pawar, President Pradesh Mahila Congress.
Memorandum presented highlights the failure of State Coalition Government of BJP-PDP to protect life and property of people, in restoring confidence of security forces fighting militancy in Kashmir Valley.
Government should take visible steps on ground to minimise woes of the border residents who are suffering time and again, Nagma said.
In-spite of tall claims and promises by PDP-BJP Government in State and BJP Government at Centre, she said, border people are constantly suffering.
Promises made to border residents be fulfilled at the earliest so that they can heave a sigh of relief, she said adding that a high level commission be appointed to probe charges of corruption and scams committed by BJP-PDP Government in J&K during last three years of their rules. Government, she said, should strengthen anti graft institutions like State Accountability Commission (SAC) to investigate charge of corruption against politicians. She also asked government to take some effective steps to check the rising prices of essential commodities.
Vandana Makhnotra, Sushma Choudhary, Santosh Sharma, Geeta Dogra, Sunita Rajput, Reeta Kanojia and Veena Kumari were also present on the opccasion.
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