MUGALMAIDAN, DECEMBER 06: -Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC), Vice President, Ghulam Mohammad Saroori today described BJP a party with an image of broken promises which is used to make hollow, rhetorical promises with the least intention of keeping their word.
While addressing mammoth gathering in Mugalmaidan, Saroori ask the BJP to “Spell out even one of the promises that has been kept by the party”,.
Saroori dared and challenged the BJP while addressing a mammoth public meeting here at Mugalmaidan area of Inderwal constituency to listed some of the promises made by BJP, as latest as in the past four years, saying the people of Chenab have suffered a lot during PDP-BJP regime.
He said the PDP-BJP generated euphoria over peace, progress and development in Chenab Valley but once coming into power they left the people high and dry. Instead of increasing the pace of development in the region, the PDP and BJP government found it more convenient to decrease the funds for the development and in Kashmir they have increased the number of pellet bullets to target Kashmiris, he said and asked as to what had happened to the much hyped ‘battle of ideas’.
Saroori said they did not make any efforts to relieve the weaker sections of their hardships. He said incompetence of BJP and PDP Government pushed back State in all sectors and no progress has been recorded in the core sectors like PHE, PDD, R&B, Health, Education, etc during last four years. He said that while the insensitive PDP and BJP failed in assuaging urges and aspirations of the people on political front, its record in governance was quite dismal. “The State was virtually witnessing mis-governance with government nowhere to be seen on ground”, he said, adding that if at all there is any visibility of the PDP and BJP anywhere in the State, it was for all the wrong reasons of exploiting people and inciting them to fight each other.
He said the BJP has been instrumental in adding to the miseries of people. In an atmosphere of uncertainty and political instability, the people of the state in general and Chenab Valley in particular are passing through most difficult times.
“If you want peace, progress and prosperity in the state, you should strengthen hands of Congress. Ghulam Nabi Azad as Chief Minister of the State I had started two and three shift work in construction of important projects like road, hospitals and colleges.” “To steer them out of this predicament, the people must come out in large numbers and support in the upcoming Parliament and Assembly elections”, Saroori said, adding that it will be a vote against the broken promises of the PDP and BJP.