People of J&K frustrated under present regime: Sadhotra

Senior NC leader Ajay Sadhotra speaking at a public meeting in Jammu.
Senior NC leader Ajay Sadhotra speaking at a public meeting in Jammu.

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, June 13: Former minister and senior National Conference leader Ajay Sadhotra today said that the National Conference is committed to fighting for the rights of Jammu and Kashmir. He said that few forces are working to divide people on the communal and regional lines which will be given a befitting reply.
“The country is presently going through a state of crisis. The graph of inflation is constantly on rise, the prices of essential commodities are sky rocketing and still BJP is claiming good governance, ” Sadhotra said while addressing a public meeting at Janipur.
The meeting was presided by former minister and Zonal president (Central) Ram Pal at Janipur in district Jammu. The meeting was organized by Ashok Taygi, joint secretary Central Zone and Member Coordination Committee Jammu District (Urban).
Sadhotra said that unemployment is at an all time high in the present scenario which is the root cause of depression and resentment among the young generation following which they are getting deviated and becoming drug addict.
He said NC had always worked to provide more and more employment opportunities to the youth of Jammu and Kashmir. He further said that if voted to power, NC would ensure jobs and land security for the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Rampaul critised the stoppage of ‘Darbar Move’ practice as immoral by the govt because it has adversely affected the business community. He reiterating his resolve for giving good governance to the people of J&K. He asked the party workers of J&K to remain united and work with zeal and dedication for ensuing the welfare of the common masses of J&K.
Besides, Chander Mohan Sharma, president Jammu District Urban reiterated his resolve to continue making efforts to consolidate the party in his area of operation.
Other prominent present on the occasion include Dr Vikas Sharma, Rajinder Chanyal, Ankush Abrol, Rahul Mahajan, Aslam Choudhary, Raghbir Singh Manhas and Ghar Singh Chib.