STATE TIMES NEWS BILLAWAR: Former Minister and President DCC Kathua Dr. Manohar Lal Sharma on Sunday conducted series of public interaction meetings at villages Dramni, Harnota, Nyrali, Barota, Nabri, Thantu, Gurha , Dandiya Martiyan ,Kalyal, Sarni, Bhaiyaa, Ballal and urged the voters to vote for Congress candidate Yuvraj Vikram Aditya Singh in upcoming parliamentary elections. While lambasting BJP leadership Dr Sharma said that during last five years unemployment has been all time high in the state and the country . He said BJP Govt. has failed to provide 2 crore jobs annually that they had promised in their election manifestos and now they are telling youths to sell Pakodas to hide their failures and promises. He further said that it is duty of government to provide employment opportunities to the youth but the present govt. is dividing the country and youth on communal lines. Dr Sharma also asked the reason why there has been no job advertisement for teachers post in Kathua district during last 4 years . “Same has been the case in context of SPO recruitment. Closure of RET scheme has further added to woes and despite directions from honorable court no regularization of RET has taken place, adding to this more 62000 daily wagers who have completed more than 8 years in service are waiting for their regularization and pending wages in various departments such as PDD, PWD, Irrigation , Forest, Fishries and more” Manohar said adding that before elections BJP used to talk about Ek Nishan Ek Vidhan but after coming to power BJP leaders move with 2 flags on their vehicle thus making open mockery of their poll promises. Also present on the occasion were Anirudh Khajuira (NSUI Distt. President Kathua), Sarpanchs Karan Singh, Neelam Kumari, Ramesh Sapolia, Joginder Kumar, Puran Chand and Ramesh Kumar.
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