Jammu suffered because of Kashmiri dominance: Lal Singh

DSS leader Ch Lal Singh addressing a public meeting in Domana area of Jammu on Saturday.
DSS leader Ch Lal Singh addressing a public meeting in Domana area of Jammu on Saturday.

‘DSS is registered political party’

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Mar 23: Dogra Swabhimaan Sangathan (DSS) candidate from Jammu Poonch, Ch Lal Singh kick started election campaigns for the forthcoming elections from Jammu-Poonch Lok Sabha constituency today.
He addressed series of meeting at Mishriwala, Domana, Akhnoor and Pargwal and informed the public that Dogra Swabhimaan Sangathan is a registered political party. Singh said that the people of Jammu are suffering just because of the Kashmiri dominance in Delhi and J&K State.
Lal Singh further appealed to the people to gear up for the forthcoming elections to ensure the victory of DSS and make Jammu a place worth living. He appealed to the people to favour Dogra Swabhimaan Sangathan candidate in forthcoming elections and in the coming assembly elections also. He said that this is the only party which is committed to free Jammu from the clutches of Kashmiri dominance.
He said Dogra Swabhimaan Sangathan will always fight for the cause of the Jammu region and the people of Jammu will definitely give the chance to the new ideas. He further said that the people of Jammu province will now vote for the decisive battle and will take the revenge by voting in favour of DSS. DSS will fight for all the rights of the people of Jammu, he added.
Ch Lal Singh alleged that the Kashmir centric policies for the development of the Jammu and Kashmir have destroyed the entire Jammu province. He said that the recent policies of the Excise Department in which they made a scope to open more wine shops in Jammu province is a step towards the destruction of the youth of Jammu. Dogra Swabhimaan Sangathan seeks a high level enquiry to see the persons behind this decision.
Vikas Dutt, Dr Kamal Saini, Prof Subhash, Prof Pardeep and KD Singh also addressed the meetings.