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Govt befooling people on administrative units: Bhim

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Feb 3:  “The high pitch drama enacted by the State Congress and their sisterly alliance party National Conference was completely exposed when they ended in a draw over a fixed match on the so-called administrative units.
This was stated by NPP supremo Prof Bhim Singh in a statement issued here today while terming the decision on creation of administrative units a cat and rat game of the alliance partners.
He said the N C had proposed 900 such units whereas the Congress had 2500 in their kitty. The common masters in Delhi directing the docudrama had assigned respective roles to each partner to befool the people of Jammu which they have been doing for the past 60 years. Ultimately, both the much publicized reports namely one sponsored by Mr. Tara Chand of Congress and another by Mr. Ganai of Omar Government were buried into the dustbin offered by Delhi masters, he added.
He said on the suggestion of Delhi, an old report of the former Chief Secretary Dr. S.S. Biloeria was dug out from the graveyard of the Srinagar Secretariat to camouflage the Congress and NC concoction. The Biloeria report was never brought to the notice of public nor it was discussed at all inside the Legislature in five years, he added.
He questioned the sincerity of the coalition and credibility of the proposal. He questioned that why the coalition remained silent for five years on the implementation of Biloeria recommendations, where is the Ganai recommendations with 900 administrative units floated by NC,  where is the recommendations on 2500 administrative Centres publicized by the J&K Congress,  why the Government did not implement the Biloeria report earlier, from where nearly Rs.5000 crore will be raised to implement these projects, what about the half salary SRO of the fresh recruits and what about the fate of 25000 SPOs in the police?

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