Ravinder discusses poll strategy with Cong leaders of Chenab belt

AICC coordinator for Udhampur Doda LS constituency Ravinder Sharma during meeting with party leaders at Batote.
AICC coordinator for Udhampur Doda LS constituency Ravinder Sharma during meeting with party leaders at Batote.

Excelsior Correspondent

BATOTE, Jan 23: Launching party’s campaign for Lok Sabha in Chenab valley along with all prominent leaders, former legislators and PRIs of Chenab valley here today, AICC coordinator and senior vice president and party’s media incharge for J&K, Ravinder Sharma asked is there no place for opposition leaders to freely and fearlessly walk on streets and enter a temple under BJP’s “Ram Rajya”.
Strongly condemning the attack on Congress leader Rahul Gandh led Bharat Nyay Yatra in Assam yesterday and not allowing him to enter a temple there, on the historic day when Prime Minister Modi was holding Pratham Puja and taking part in Pran Pratistha at Shri Ram temple, JKPCC leader questioned if this is Ram Rajya of the idea of BJP- RSS? He said Shri Ram is in the heart of every Hindu but such incident on the day of Pran Pratishtha, itself unfolds BJP’s especially Modi Ji’s Ram Rajya. If this can happen to Rahul Gandhi, leader of the largest and oldest political party of the country besides being the son and grandson of the martyred Prime Ministers, what shall happen to common citizens disagreeing to Modi Government’s policies.
Accompanied by vice president PCC and AICC Coordinator for Jammu Lok Sabha, Naresh Gupta and PYC president Akash Bharat, Sharma held a day long interaction with senior party leaders , ex- legislators, PRIs and District presidents of three districts of Doda, Kishtwar and Ramban at Batote.
Over 50 top leaders of three districts and from eight Assembly constituencies attended the interactive session to discuss the strategy and strengthening of the organization at grass roots level especially booth levels.
Laughing a scathing attack on BJP for delaying Assembly election’s as well postponing Panchayat & local body elections finding the ground situation against ruling party, Sharma said that sooner or later BJP has to face the wrath of people especially youth for failure on real issues being faced by unemployed youth and common man.
Prominent those who attended included ex MLAs Ashok Dogra, Dina Nath Bhagat, ex-MLC Sham Lal Bhagat, PCC gen secy Imriaz Khandey, Pyare Lal Shan, Riyaz Sheikh, DCC presidents Sheikh Mujeeb, Asif Naqib, Riyaz Wani, Firdous Mingnoo, Feroz Khan , Nadeem Niaz (DDC), Anju Kajal, Rasheed Malik, Bashir Nailk (DDC), Prof Pardeep Bhagat, Janak Singh, Ranjeet Manhas and others.