Poonch Oct 26. Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Chief Vikar Rasool Wani on Thursday expressed grave concern over the militancy revival in J&K especially in border districts Rajouri & Poonch in Jammu Division, terming it an utter failure of the BJP Govt on security front.
Wani was addressing district level party workers’ meeting at Poonch. He was accompanied by JKPCC Working President Raman Bhalla, Vice President Jehangir Mir, Former Minister and DCC President Rajouri Shabir Ahmad Khan, Gen Secretary Iftikhar Ahmad, Mahila President Shameema Raina and various other party functionaries. The meeting was organized by DCC President Poonch Rajinder Singh Kaka.
Speaking on the occasion JKPCC Chief Vikar Rasool Wani said militancy revival in Rajouri, Poonch and other border districts is a matter of grave concern while slamming BJP Govt at Centre for failing to address issues concerning people especially joblessness, lack of development and various other issues.
Wani termed the policies of BJP as divisive, based on hate and division and expressed confidence that Congress Party shall defeat the designs of BJP RSS which are hell bent upon to divide people on religious and regional lines. BJP Govt instead of focusing on development and protection of people especially in border areas is out to mislead people on various counts. Our brave soldiers were martyred in line of duty, but the Centre’s failure on the security front has led to the militancy revival, which is a matter of grave concern and should work as eye opener for the BJP leaders, who are only making tall claims and praise Modi Govt for nothing.
Congress Party is duty bound to ensure protection of people and redressal of the problems, Wani added and said the party shall make every possible effort for a dignified life to people. J&K is the worst hit on every count due to the failures, mishandling and mismanagement of things on the part of BJP, besides the undemocratic reorganization of full-fledged people has pushed the people towards darkness, joblessness, economic distress and disconnect in absence of the elected Govt.
Speaking on the occasion JKPCC Working President Raman Bhalla hit out at BJP for misleading people by playing religions and other emotional cards for the lust of power, at the sametime, Bhalla expressed satisfaction that people not only in J&K but across the country have rejected divisive and religious politics of BJP.
Bhall blamed BJP for looting public money under the garb of tax terror, unprecedented price hike on petrol, diesel, cooking gas and other essentials including installation of smart meters. Given all these misadventure and anti-people and anti-people policies BJP is afraid of facing Assembly and other elections, which are being deliberately delayed, but how long J&K will be kept at the mercy of bureaucracy, election has to happen sooner or later in J&K, then the BJP will realize that misleading and religions politics would not work anymore.
Addressing the meeting JKPCC Vice President Jehangir Mir urged the part workers to remain steadfast to serve people, for the fact, Congress has always served people equally irrespective of their colour or religion, which is the core of the party (Congress).
DCC President Rajouri and Ex.Minister Shabir Ahmad Khan also addressed the meeting and cautioned the party workers about the designs of BJP, which is hell bent upon to divide people for the lust of power. Khan advised them (workers) to take the party policies and programmes door to door vigorously and seek people full support of public to defeat the divisive politics of BJP, which is ruling J&K in a dictatorial and undemocratic way.
Addressing the meeting JKPCC General Secretary Iftikhar Ahmad laid emphasis over ensuring that social harmony and unity is safeguarded. He termed the hate politics and divisive politics determinantal to the unity and age-old tradition of brotherhood and asked the party workers to remain vigilant about the designs of BJP, which is hell bent upon to divide people on religious lines for the lust of power.
Among other who were present included JKPCC General Secretary Parveen Sarwar Khan, Shakil Mir, Mohib Khan, Sajad Tariq, Fiaz Diwan, Abhinav Sharma, Lalit Gupta, Sahil Smarly, Irfan Ahmed, Mohd Nisar, Mehboob Bhatt, Danish gill, Ranjeet Verma, Niaz Ahmed, Romi Sharma, Shahnawaz Khaki, Balbir Singh, Balvinder Singh and others.