Committed to fight BJP’s wrong policies: Bhalla

Cong leaders Raman Bhalla, Balwan Singh and Yogesh Sawhney leading a rally of Congress workers in Marh block.
Cong leaders Raman Bhalla, Balwan Singh and Yogesh Sawhney leading a rally of Congress workers in Marh block.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Nov 21: PCC vice president and former minister Raman Bhalla today said that Congress was committed to fight BJP’s wrong policies tooth and nail in Jammu and Kashmir.
Addressing a large rally before accompanying Congress candidate Gurmeet Kour from Phallain Mandal Block for DDC seat today Bhalla said that BJP Government had promised with people for better days but till date they had done nothing in this regard as people of the areas facing many hardships.
He alleged that they gathered votes during the election on fake promises and later turned nelson’s eye towards the miseries of the people. He appealed to the people to strengthen the party at grass-root level and to support the party in polls. He said BJP who ruled Jammu and Kashmir for three years has been exposed for its false promises. They have only one agenda i.e. `divide and rule’. Development for this political party is only a slogan.
Congress candidate Gurmeet Kour has been serving them as local Congress worker and Sarpanch. He expressed the hope and confidence that this time people of constituency will not repeat the mistake of 2014 after suffering a lot giving mandate to BJP.
Former minister lambasting BJP leadership said that during last 6 years unemployment has been all time high in the state and the country. He said that people have understood the nefarious designs of BJP and further requested the people to raise the questions to BJP leadership when they come for votes that though after giving them huge mandate from Jammu region then also why they were neglected on all fronts.
Balwan Singh accusing the BJP of having betrayed the collective sentiment of Dogras said that Congress was all prepared to provide a viable alter-native to the people of J&K. Those who failed to honour their promise of holiday September 23, birthday of Maharaja Hari Singh or even rake up the issue in Cabinet meeting while in power, could no longer be trusted by the people, said Singh.
Senior leaders Yogesh Sawhney, Block president Amrit Bali, Jatinder Chib, Mandeep Singh, Sodagar Singh Saini, Sarpanch Avtar Singh, Sarpanch Balwinder Singh Happy, Santosh Kumari, Charanjeet Singh, Sobat Ali, Kamal Singh Jamwal, Pawan Bhagat, Gurdarshan Kour, TP Singh and others also accompanied.