State Times NewsJAMMU: Former Minister and vice president JKPCC Raman Bhalla on Saturday said that responsive government and accountable system is the need of hour and change of guard would be only judged by the parameter of coming to the expectations of the people. In a statement, Bhalla said that the circumstances leading to the sudden change of guard is not known but one thing is apparent that there is total disconnect between the common people and most of the political class with the administration at various levels. There is no responsive system to facilitate the people to sort out the genuine issues facing them, he said adding that the people are fed up with false promises and piled up problems which are compounded every day by certain arbitrary and anti people decisions and day today orders and instructions coupled with the serious COVID situation, which is spreading further. He said that several decisions and orders are against the people interests and not liked by the people, who oppose the same but no one listens to their voice and no one to represent them at present.There is no response to the issues of people being highlighted by the opposition parties and other social, trade organizations in view of the vacuum and attitude of the ruling party, he said.Bhalla cited that the main opposition party- Congress has not been even invited to oath ceremony yesterday, which shows attitude of the present dispensation towards mainstream opposition, who are more relevant than the ruling party in most parts and the mood of the people changing fast in view of the failures of the BJP leaders on various fronts.The people are fed up with the BJP leaders and are annoyed with the prevailing system in Jammu and Kashmir, he said adding that the people in Jammu too feel neglected and ignored and let down in many ways and every second day anti people, anti youth and anti Jammu, decisions are taken by the Centre and UT administration.
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