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PAGD unable to stop its lust for power: Sat

 

PAGD unable to stop its lust for power: Sat

Last Updated on : 21 Nov,2020 | Source : Universal News Timeline


Jammu:
A public meeting was conducted in Kathua in which Former State President BJP Sat Sharma (CA) asked and appealed to the participants to ensure the victory of Nationalism in upcoming DDC polls. The leader was also accompanied by Former MLA Kathua Rajeev Jasrotia, District President and Candidate of Kathua Raghunandan Singh Bablu, Naresh Sharma MC Chairman Kathua, DDC Candidates Neelam (Nagri), Dr Shweta (Keerian Gandial), Sushma (Barnoti) and other senior leaders of the party including general public as well.

Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma said that PAGD (People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration) are the same people who did not wanted to contest any sort of election in Jammu and Kashmir but soon after the elections were declared, they could not stop their lust for power and if they are voted to power again in DDC elections, they will do the same things which they were doing before which led to the deterioration of every system in J&K. He also stated that for decades BJP fought for the rights of people and now when people have voted BJP to power, BJP and PM Narendra Modi are doing everything possible to get the things back on track in UT.

Rajeev Jasrotia lambasted the callous approach of NC, PDP and Congress and blamed these parties for taking J&K towards backwardness. He said only handfuls of families were benefited by so called Article 370 and for years they looted public exchequer in the name of development. He said that now the time has come to show these anti national forces their actual place.

Prem Nath Dogra, District General Secretaries Rajesh Mehta & Biki Sharma, Sangathan Mantri Vishal Parihar and several others were present.



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