MLA threatens to move privilege motion against his own Govt for denying stadium to Kathua

Firebrand MLA Kathua, Rajiv Jasrotia , made a roar  in JK assembly and  threatened while pointing out at MOS Sports  to move privilege motion against his own government for denying stadium to Kathua. During the Question Hour, Kathua MLA, Rajiv Jasrotia stood from his seat and lashed out at PDP-BJP government for failing to establish a sports stadium in Kathua. He walked out from assembly in protest against the Govt’s failure to construct a stadium at Kathua.He was joined by other BJP lawmakers (RS Pathania, Neelam Langeh, Dina Nath) and together all protested inside well.Rajiv Jasrotia said that he was assured in DDB and other meetings but nothing is there at ground. He further said that  Kathua has been denied of it’s rights and I am bound to answer people of Kathua who have voted for me. I will fight for rights of Kathua. I am not satisfied by the reply of Government. Sports are essential part of life, being played across the world at one hand and on the other hand Kathua well known for sports activity is lagging too behind stadium of the Kathua has become victim of negligence of the Govt and administration. Once it was the heart of city where many sports activities like football matches, cricket tournament, and hockey tournament were being organized with great enthusiasm. But for the last 3 years no sports activities have taken place in the stadium because of its deteriorating conditions. Small pits, holes, rough stones and extra unwanted material laying on the surface of stadium converted the ground into stony and sandy place. Structures built for Gym hall, gymnastic hall, office and toilets are in destroyed position, he added.All the arrangements made for the stadium presently are not worth to conduct the sports activities due to which thousands of youth are staying away from sports activities. MLA Kathua Kathua demanded that that the Govt and administration should take constructive initiative to improve the condition of stadium and to bring sports activities in the larger interest of youth.


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