JAMMU, Aug 08: Now when the picture is very clear that AIIMS will be established in Jammu, the political parties like NC, Congress and Panthers are in deep frustration as their designs to mislead the masses have totally failed,This was stated by BJP State President & MP Jugal Kishore Sharma while addressing a press conference on Saturday.Jugal Kishore Sharma said that the NC, Congress and Panthers are still making efforts to provoke the people through misinformation campaign on the issue of AIIMS and the same is clear from daily activities of these parties, which have no other business but to accuse and abuse BJP just for the simple reason that today BJP is in power and these parties are in frustration as their leaders cannot even respire properly because of being out of power. “Instead of painting BJP as anti-Jammu, they must come forward and explain to the people as to what these parties have done during the last over 60 years for Jammu and why they compromised on the interests of Jammu for their personal gains”, Jugal questioned.
Jugal Kishore Sharma said that the official communication from the Union Health Ministry regarding identification of separate land in Kashmir as well as in Jammu has already convinced the people of Jammu and the AIIMS Coordination Committee that the issue is settled but NC, Congress, Panthers are still making fruitless attempts to keep the settled issue burning. He appealed the people not to get misled by these parties and should have faith in BJP, its central leadership and the Union Health Ministry. He also appealed these parties to utilize their energies and time on raising the real issues confronting the people of Jammu rather than wasting time on non issues.
Commenting on the incidents of ceasefire violation, Jugal said that Pakistan is frustrated over the policies and programmes of BJP-led government at the Centre, which has the absolute majority and added that gone are the days when hands of our forces were tied but now strong reply goes on every such violation. BJP State General Secretary Munish Sharma and State Spokesperson Balbir Ram Rattan were also present during the press conference.