Reshuffle BJP’s vain attempt to regain lost ground: APP

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Apr 30: Reacting to the reshuffle in the Council of Ministers in J&K, the JK- AAP unit in its meeting termed it as an attempt in vain as lot of water has flown down the river Tawi.
In a press statement here JK-AAP activists said that the irreparable damage has already been caused to the Jammu based BJP at the hands of PDP because of immaturity and lack of experience to govern, compromising their cherished stand on abrogation of Art 370, settlement of refugee problem of border area, de-limitation of Assembly constituencies and much hyped discrimination with Jammu region.
In fact, it is an attempt to please and give chance to every legislator to muster strength in future election in the garb of giving representation to the left over areas to keep the masses in good humour. The BJP got severe dent when two bold voices were silenced on the excuse of CBI investigation in Kathua rape and murder case which has now become talk and demand of every citizen in Jammu and the Apex Court is also showing a soft approach to it.
The release further added that the action of BJP high command in ousting two BJP Cabinet Ministers, instead of cleansing its damaged face, got further damage in the eyes of public, induction and removal of its faces in the council of Minister, is a futile exercise to regain the lost ground.
Prominent among those who attended the meeting includes S. Deep Singh, Ram Singh Chauhan, Farooq Ahmed Banday, KK Rao, SS Jamwal, Raj Kumar Nichal, Sanjeev Sareen and others.