PM’s vision transforms J&K as investment hub: BJP

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Vijaypur: Former minister and Pradesh Vice President BJP , Surjeet Singh Slathia, today lauded the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in transforming Jammu and Kashmir as an investment hub.

He said this is enablinge faster development, rapid industrialisation, ample employment generation and wider economic activities for people, especially the youth, so that they become an integral part of India’s growth story.

“After over 70 years, Jammu and Kashmir is witnessing a time when there is ground work on development, employment and empowerment of every common person, with discrimination to none, neither any region nor any segment”, Slathia said while addressing a public rally at Birpur Bari Brahmana in Vijaypur Assembly Constituency.

Slathia said this momentum has gained impetus with the political developments of August 5, 2019 which have paved the way for large scale investment that holds promise for growth and job generation in a big way.

The former minister said the discriminatory mindset of the myopic political class in the past has been overtaken by pragmatism under the cherished agenda of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, Sabka Priyas and there is no place now anymore for depriving the people of their dues in every sphere of economic activity, as deceit and double standards in politics have outlived their age.

Those believing in remaining the cradle of power by India bashing and indulging in discrimination must come of age and stop behaving like ostriches as their political gimmickry and reactionary politics stands fully exposed before the people, who want development, jobs, roads, dependable power and water supply.

This has never been their agenda whether in or outside the government. Instead they have been dividing the people and the regions to push themselves in the system of governance, he added.

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