State Times NewsJAMMU: Former Minister and senior Congress leader, Raman Bhalla on Friday claimed that there is complete breakdown as far as law and order is concerned, as far as internal security is concerned.It seems that the Government has no policy, has no kind of action plan and seems that it is not moved by what is happening in J&K, he said.“Where is this Government and where is its Nationalism? Does this Government feel that J&K exists and needs attention? We see no urgency, no movement, no political will as far as this government is concerned,” he said.“It is something that shakes the very foundation of the Constitution of this country. It shakes the very faith in the government responsible for protecting our Borders, our people,” he added.The ensuing state of instability and chaos in J&K was a matter of serious concern, which if not taken seriously could prove disastrous, he said.Continuing his campaign to listen to grievances of stressed people amid restlessness among people facing COVID-19 scare in different parts of Gandhi Nagar constituency, former Minister interacted with people of Shamali Mohalla, Old Satwari area of Gandhi Nagar constituency.Prominent among those present on the occasion include Amrit Bali, Pawan Bhagat, Dharam Pal, Ram Dyal Pankaj Sawhney, Vijay Singh Chib, Harman Singh, Raghbir Singh, Karan Singh Chib, Rajinder Singh, Jasbir Singh, Amti Singh, Ashok Kumar and Karan Gupta.Speaking on the occasion, Bhalla said that governance instability, policy inconsistency and the deteriorating law and order situation in Kashmir were reminders of “how the slogan of ‘change’ raised by BJP govt had proven to be a hoax”.Bhalla said the “current atmosphere of despondency, doom and anxiety” in the Valley making things worst in the absence of constructive and reconciliatory politics.He accused BJP Government for the “rapidly deteriorating” situation in Kashmir.“This was being done with a design to seek specific political dividends by the ruling regime,” he alleged.Bhalla said that the BJP Government at the Centre “instead of helping us get out of this vortex of violence was watching as a mute spectator.He also said that it was the time for BJP to do some introspection and listen to voices from the ground and do some correction.He said that after testing different political parties, now there is realization among people of Jammu region about their mistake of supporting BJP.
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