Winds of change blowing in J&K: Congress

Winds of change blowing in J&K: Congress
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Miran Sahib, Sep 4:  JKPCC President Vikar Rasool Wani today said that winds of change are blowing in Jammu and Kashmir.

He said there is large scale resentment against the BJP in Jammu region too, owing to the failures, arrogance of power and unfulfilled promises by the BJP with the people, especially youth.

According to a press release, Wani was addressing a gathering alongwith working president Raman Bhalla and other senior party leaders here today to welcome a number of BJP leaders, including over the dozen Sarpanchs and  100 Panchs led by BDC Chairman Daleep Kumar into the party. The PCC chief said that more and more people from different parties including BJP “strengthens our claim that people want change and look towards congress as a secular democratic alternative at the Centre and in J&K.”

Welcoming the new entrants, Wani took a dig at BJP by stating that the coming events cast their shadows before. “There is unrest amongst the cadres of BJP now as they see their defeat imminent, especially after coming together of all major opposition parties under INDIA alliance. He said that BJP led NDA had secured  37 percent votes while parties under the INDIA alliance collectively secured around 63 percent votes in 2019 elections,  which indicate the coming results in the next elections,” he said.

He said that the resentment against BJP is writ large amongst people and its  graph has gone down to a great extent, at present , in view of the jumlas and unfulfilled promises, large scale loot of the resources to the near and dear ones at the cost of common tax payers while the common people  are burdened with large number of taxes leading to unprecedented  price escalation. The people cries for concession are not being heard by the arrogant  Govt. and BJP  even on small issues like removing of toll tax at Sarore and smart meters upon which the  entire Jammu observed  complete Bandh  and  massive protests.

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