BJP MLA turns tables on oppn over Rohingyas issue

Excelsior Correspondent

UDHAMPUR, Feb 15:  BJP Legislator from Ramnagar  RS  Pathania  today turned the tables on the opposition parties  and said that after being rejected by a massive public mandate, they have awakened up from a deep slumber and started espousing issues confronting day-today lives of the public.
Addressing public meeting at Majalta today, BJP  MLA said that while in power, had these people stuck to these issues, public of the state would not have faced hardships and also rejected these during the elections. If gimmickry could be able to do goods, Jammu & Kashmir as of now could have turned into happy-oasis of a State.
While reacting on the influx of Rohingyas and Bangladeshi immigrants into the State,  Pathania said that these illegal immigrants entered in to the Jammu-Kashmir during the reign of those people who are now crying hoarse on the issue. He said that it were the Bhartiya Janta Party Legislators, who raised the issue for first time on the floor of the Legislative Assembly and called for an amicable solution to this issue.
He said that it is now in the public domain as to how this influx of illegal immigrants has given rise to criminal, illegal activities in the State and some of them have even managed documents and properties in J&K. Putting onus on all the political parties of the State,  Pathania called for a broader consensus to sort out this serious issue in the better interests of the State and the country.
Pathania  assured the public that he will continue to raise his voice for all the public cause and will continue his relentless efforts. He said that the present State Government is fully committed to empower the common masses and all round development of State. Pathania said that present  Government is committed to develop Jammu as an independent tourism hub, keeping in view the historical, cultural and mythological significance of ‘Mansar’ and Saruinsar. He demanded that Mansar should be nurtured as ‘epicenter’ of Jammu tourist circuit.