INDIA bloc will get majority & give country inclusive Govt: Bhalla

Raman Bhalla and other Congress leaders at the meeting of booth agents on Thursday.
Raman Bhalla and other Congress leaders at the meeting of booth agents on Thursday.

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, May 30: JKPCC Working President and Congress contesting candidate from Jammu-Reasi Parliamentary seat Raman Bhalla today expressed confidence that the INDIA bloc will secure a clear majority in the Lok Sabha polls and give the country an inclusive and nationalistic Government.
“People have endorsed the view point that it will be the end of democracy if the current Government gets another chance,” Bhalla said, while addressing meeting of booth agents at Afsar Guest House, Shakti Nagar Jammu, organized by District Jammu Urban President Manmohan Singh.
Exuding confidence that outcome of public mandate will be for an alternative Government on June 4, Bhalla predicted repeat of 2004 poll results when the Congress had won the election to form an alliance Government despite the BJP’s ‘India Shining’ campaign.
“Congress is committed to ensuring the protection of the rights of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and bringing them out of the miseries they have been facing for quite a long time. In the prevailing uncertainty in J&K, Congress stands as a beacon of hope, with its leadership dedicated to bringing about a positive change here. Unlike other political parties, we do not aspire to attain power just to rule but to serve the people. We stand in support of the people of J&K like a rock, as our mission is to protect their rights and ensure their prosperity and well-being,” he said.
Bhalla appealed the young brigade to come forward for a better change in J&K, which has suffered enormously on every count due to the political exploitation under BJP rule. “J&K has become a victim of the harmful policies of BJP. The people are looking forward to a Congress Government under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi. Our poll planks for the elections is development, employment and to bring back peace, which was derailed after the BJP took rein,” he said and claimed that Congress brought peace to Punjab, Mizoram and Assam through dialogue and will adopt same strategy in Jammu and Kashmir.
Kanta Baan, JKPCC Vice President; Treasurer Rajnish Sharma, General Secretary JKPCC Satish Sharma, JKPCC General Secretary Amrit Bali, Secretary Pawan Bhagat and Secretary Dewarka Choudhary also spoke on the occasion.