No visible change in people’s life since BJP-PDP Govt took over: Bhalla

He regretted that the delivery on the promises during the last more than two years rule had been in opposite proportion to the expression of such high pitched slogans with not a single promise having been cashed in.

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Jammu, Publish Date: May 20 2017 1:31AM | Updated Date: May 20 2017 1:31AM
No visible change in people’s life since BJP-PDP Govt took over: BhallaFile Photo

Holding the coalition government responsible for the breakdown of the administrative machinery with the virtual collapse of law and order in the state, former minister and senior Congress leader Raman Bhalla today said that no change is visible on the ground since the BJP-PDP coalition government took over. 

While addressing public gathering in continuance of his mass contact programme in Gandhi Nagar, Bhalla said that the BJP’s political constituency had suffered the worst neglect and discrimination under the present regime. 

He regretted that the delivery on the promises during the last more than two years rule had been in opposite proportion to the expression of such high pitched slogans with not a single promise having been cashed in. 

Bhalla regretted BJP’s complete surrender especially over the issues of PRC rights for West Pak Refugees, delimitation of assembly constituencies, reservation of five seats in Assembly for PAJK migrants and 3 seats for Kashmir migrants, abolition of Custodian Department and granting ownership rights to its occupants, 33% reservation for women in Assembly, sate subject and property rights to the children of daughters of J&K married to non state subjects, 6% vertical reservation to ex-servicemen and martyrs’ families, grant of ex-gratia to families of martyrs, allotment of 5 marals plots to border dwellers in safe zones etc. 

He regretted that the U-turn taken by the Party on such issues had caused huge uproar and dissatisfaction in the region.


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