Expose BJP’s anti-people policies: Wani

Expose BJP's anti-people policies: Wani

Excelsior Correspondent

REASI, Mar 2: J&K Pradesh Congress President Vikar Rasool Wani today asked the party leadership to explicitly expose the duplicity of Bharatiya Janata Party for brazenly implementing anti-people policies in J&K and elsewhere.
The Congress leader was addressing the J&K Mahila Congress’ workers meeting, which was organised by Mahila Congress District President Shobha Sharma after getting a cue from Mahila Congress National President Alka Lamba. The mega event was aimed at raising the awareness about Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s nationwide Nyay Yatra.
Chief guest on the occasion, Vikar Rasool Wani said that time is ripe for puncturing the balloon of lies of BJP because all its policies have failed to satiate the aspirations of the people as the party believes more on rhetoric rather than changing the reality on ground. He said that concerted efforts are needed to uncover the deceit and bogus narratives of the saffron brigade because people today are facing numerous problems including inflation, power sector woes like smart metering gaffes, unemployment, etc.
He said that every worker of the party especially Mahila Congress activists should reach out to people at the grassroots level to enlighten and convince them that only Congress can bail out the masses from current morass and arbitrariness of BJP’s misgovernance.
PCC chief reiterated the party’s commitment to empowering women and ensuring their voices are heard in the decision-making process. He alleged that the women’s reservation bill was a ‘jumla’ of the BJP-led Central Government ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. He criticised the Modi-led Government for adding the caveat in the bill that it will come into effect after the delimitation of Lok Sabha constituencies, which will be carried out after the completion of the next population census.
Wani made it clear that one of his top priorities is to ensure that essential services, such as affordable LPG gas and pensions for widows and the elderly, are accessible to all citizens.
Addressing the meeting as special guest, J&K Mahila Congress President Shameema Raina emphasized on the pivotal role of women in nation-building and underscored the need for concerted efforts to address the challenges faced by women in various spheres of life.
The meeting was attended by General Secretary (Org) Nariender Gupta, Shakeel Shah, I/C Abid Ajaz, Chairman Social Media Deptt Jatin K Raina, District President Udhampur Vinod Khajuria, Bhanu Mahajan, Santosh Manhas, Parveen Akhtar, Arti Sharma and others.