Congress will form next Govt in J&K: Mula Ram

Senior Cong leader Mula Ram addressing workers meeting in Marh on Sunday.
Senior Cong leader Mula Ram addressing workers meeting in Marh on Sunday.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, July 17: Former minister and JKPCC vice president, Mula Ram has claimed that Congress will form next Government in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
Addressing public meeting at Jhiri in Marh block of Jammu (Rural) today, Mula Ram said Congress will continue to  fight anti- people policies of the Centre and LG’s Administration in J&K UT, besides defeating the challenges faced on various fronts especially, misleading politics of BJP.
“Party is supreme and every worker is bound to further strengthen it at grass roots level and serve people as Congress has the legacy of serving and strengthening the people,” Mula Ram said.
Former minister said Congress will form next government in Jammu and Kashmir. He said bureaucratic rule has never been alternative to democratically elected Government. He said all major projects in J&K UT were mostly conceived and launched by Congress government.
Mula Ram said people of Jammu and Kashmir are eagerly, waiting for assembly elections and they will teach a lesson to BJP in J&K. He said Congress Party is serving people with dedication and without self interest. Congress leader said he and his party is available for service at people 24×7.
DCC Jammu Rural president, Th Hari Singh also spoke on the occasion and said that Congress will manage major win in the J&K. He said people are fed up of the anti-people, anti-poor, anti-trader, anti-employee and anti-farmer policies of BJP Government. They will definitely show this party its place in the next elections.
Members of block Congress Committee and Youth Congress Committee  Marh and locals of the areas participated and vowed to serve the party to best of their ability.
Senior Block Committee members Rajinder Kumar, Rattan Lal Sharma, Sham Mehta, Deva Choudhary, Pradeep Salaria, Bittu Rampal, Sagar Choudhary, Satpal Saini, Karanjoot Singh and others also attended the meeting.