KISHTWAR, Dec 8: Senior PCC leader and former MLA Inderwal, Ghulam Mohd Saroori today asked the people to reject negative and communal forces in the upcoming Parliamentary and Assembly elections in the State.
While addressing a public meeting at Drabshalla to felicitate the newly elected Congress backed Sarpanches and Pacnhes today, Saroori hit the BJP and the Centre describing the party an amalgam of power hungry lot whose track record is sufficient proof of betray, opportunism, deception and double-face of its leadership. “Power hungry BJP leadership is known for political somersaults and making alliances for their convenience”, he said and reminded the people of the broken promises of this party to the people.
“All are aware that on employment front BJP got themselves employed as the coalition partner in the J&K, and instead of giving healing touch to the people the leadership of BJP gave them `killing touch’ and indulged in highest degree of nepotism, malpractices and misgovernance. So much so that they dislodged the Government of their coalition partner for power thrust”, he said and cautioned the people of the habitual tactics of BJP leadership to blow its own trumpet and mislead the people by raising sentimental and false slogans.
Saroori said that BJP leadership is misleading the masses that they bought change on the ground but in reality they are doing this to deceive the people again which they have done before in 2014 elections. He said that change has already been affected in Inderwal during past several years.
“You have to decide between communal forces led by BJP in the State and secular democratic society led by Ghulam Nabi Azad in the upcoming elections”, Saroori told the people and said that Jammu and Kashmir has always been abode of secular and pluralistic credentials. “We the people of Jammu and Kashmir have always rejected communal forces and the track record in this regard particularly of Inderwal is glaring and unblemished. We have to understand the game being played by BJP to divide us,” he asserted.
The meeting was also addressed by senior Congress leaders from Drabshalla block, Sarpaches and Youth Congress leaders.