BJP-PDP played with people’s emotions for vote bank: Niaz

Excelsior Correspondent

BHADERWAH, Sept 18: Former Minister and senior Congress leader Mohd Sharief Niaz today alleged that BJP and PDP played with the emotions of the people for their vote bank and grabbing power.
Addressing public meeting at Bhargi in block Gandoh (Bhalessa) of Bhaderwah constituency today, Niaz while accusing PDP and BJP of betraying people to get benefitted politically and to save their sinking boat, former Minister said that people of the State would never forget for what PDP-BJP have done to the State and people by misleading them on the name of so called agenda of alliance.
“Both the parties have played with the emotions of people for the sake of power by playing emotional cards in the previous elections,” Niaz said while addressing meeting .
Describing PDP-BJP alliance a complete failure and un-holly, Niaz said that people in all the three regions are suffering badly due to political drama staged by PDP-BJP after leaving people midway on mercy of God. He cautioned against attempts of trampling the inclusive spirit of Jammu, saying the people won’t spare those trying to break their time tested unity.
He lashed out at the BJP for deceiving people of Jammu and said due to its U-turns on many Jammu centric issues and hollow claims people of this region have suffered the most. By exploiting sentiments of innocent Dogras for decades, the BJP stands exposed for the self-centric approach of its leaders, whose greed has superimposed public interest in every arena.
Former Minister castigated the BJP for anti-poor and anti-workers’ policies, saying the introduction of GST had jeopardized the interests of both-the entrepreneurs and the workers. “By promising Ache Din for the poor, they have broken the backbone of skilled and unskilled work force”, he said.
Niaz criticised the BJP Govt at the Centre for petrol and diesel price hike and said that the farmers of the country are in very bad condition . Many people joined Congress on this occasion.
Senior BCC members Om Prakash Parihar, Bodh Raj Chib, Mohd Abass Rather, Mohd Yasir Khan,Balwant Singh, Danish Malik, Farooq Ahmed, Harjeet Singh, Haji Mohd Latief also spoke on the occasion.


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