BBP opposes Darbar move practice in J&K

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, June 16: While opposing old practice of Darbar move in the J&K State, Bhartiya Bahujan Party (BBP) has said that it is a heavy burden on the State exchequer.
Addressing a press conference here today, state president of the party Kanchan Sharma pointed out that centuries old practice of Darbar move be stopped immediately and Ministers and bureaucrats should be kept at rotation at both the capital cities. She said nearly Rs 6 cr is being spent after six months for move only and this money can be utilized for development of the State.
While referring to plight of 1947 refugees, the BBP president said that their decades old genuine and justified demands be settled once for all. She also stressed the BPL ration cards be provided to the genuine members and concerned authorities should not resort to favouritism on political basis. She also sought an inquiry into the matter and said many undeserving families are also getting the undue benefit.
The BBP leader alleged that people have been derived off essential services like drinking water and power supply by the Government. Even the areas where electronic meters have been installed are not getting regular power supply. The Government has failed to honour its tall claims to provide uninterrupted power to such areas. The public has been left to suffer during these hot summer days, she maintained.
Party leaders Parshotam Lal, Tejinder Singh and Lakhvir were also present.

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