People boiling with rage against BJP-PDP govt: Harsh

Ridiculing the tall slogans of ‘good governance’ ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’, and ‘Achhe Din’ given by the BJP during elections, Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP and Former Minister has described BJP-PDP rule in the state as a period of decadence, mis-governance, non development, filth and squalor with people all across the state feeling cheated and betrayed. He said that the people of Jammu region in particular were seething with anger in view of the highly treacherous role played by its mandated BJP leaders who had surrendered on all issues before their ally and were anxiously waiting to teach the saffron leaders a befitting lesson. He was addressing several public meetings during his two days tour of Prey, Badhal, Sattian, Chowki besides a Young Panthers convention in town.
Speaking during various rallies, Harsh Dev Singh expressed grave concern over the fast deteriorating law and order situation in the state and attributed the same to the soft approach of the PDP-BJP government towards anti national and other disruptive forces. Strongly flaying the government for its failure to apprehend the culprits involved in stone pelting on religious pilgrimage of Mata Kheer Bhawani, Harsh Dev Singh said that the government must also unearth the conspiracy behind the desecration of Aap Shambhu Temple in Janipur Jammu by mischievous characters in furtherance of a well knit plot to create communal tensions. He called for adequate compensation to those whose moveable and immovable property was damaged during the Janipur riots as also during 2008 Sri Amar Nath Ji Agitation as assured by the then BJP leaders. Calling upon the govt. to keep a strict vigil upon the saboteurs and trouble shooters, he cautioned the govt. to take necessary safeguards with fool proof security mechanism to deal with the possible threats during the Sri Mata Vaishno Devi Yatra and Sri Amar Nath Ji Pilgrimage.
Prominent among others who spoke on the occasion included Pavan Dev, Jagdev Jagga, Pushpinder, Mobin Bandey, Ravi Sharma, Ankush Bandral, Sanjay Singh, Vidi Lal, Uttam Singh, Mohit Mankotia beside others.

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