Solanki trains guns on Modi Govt for duping people on false promises

Senior AICC leader Bharat Singh Solanki, PCC chief V R Wani and others during party convention at R S Pura.
Senior AICC leader Bharat Singh Solanki, PCC chief V R Wani and others during party convention at R S Pura.

*J&K lost identity, status under BJP: PCC chief

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Feb 3: Senior AICC leader incharge J&K affairs of the party and former Union Power Minister, Bharat Singh Solanki today trained guns on the Modi Govt and alleged that BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi made false promises to check price rise, give two crore jobs and doubling the income of farmers but after ten years, people realized that every time they come out with a diversionary tactics before elections.
Addressing a party convention organised by OBC, Minority, ST & Kissan Congress units Refugees Cell at RS Pura today along with senior PCC leadership and prominent leaders of these sections, Solanki termed BJP’s policies against the poor, down trodden and farmers who have suffered immensely under unprecedented price hike and joblessness.
“Modi sold big dreams in 2014 to attract the poor and down-trodden towards BJP but unprecedented price hike, lack of jobs and anti- poor, anti- farmer policies has ruined them while the rich are enjoying under BJP,” Solanki alleged.
He said Congress took care of all sections, especially poor and down trodden in it’s policies & programmes and it implemented 73rd & 74th Amendment for their political reservations at all levels of grass roots institutions but in the delimitation, justice was not done to various deprived sections, minority communities and areas in J&K.
With the abolition of upper house the minority sections will get deprived of due representation in the Legislature. He also referred to the package for refugees framed by Congress which was not fully implemented by BJP Government.
Solanki also referred to the power shortage and installation of smart meters and said that UPA gave huge funding for installation & argumentation of major power projects and there is still lot of scope for mini power projects too to generate power and provide employment besides giving subsidized power to people.
Addressing the gathering PCC chief Vikar Rasool Wani said that J&K lost identity, status and rights to land and jobs besides democracy under BJP regime. Poor was evicted from their lands and unemployed have no jobs while our resources are looted & trade taken over by outsiders. Where are achhe din for poor, common man and the unemployed youth, farmers ,daily wagers, old age, widows & other such sections he questioned , urging people to throw out BJP to save Constitution and democracy in the country, assuring to do justice to deserving sections.
Raman Bhalla listed various anti poor, anti farmers and anti farmers & anti dalit policies of the BJP Government and said that only congress can deliver justice to all sections of the society and bind them together. The divisive policies of BJP Government have created a bad social and political atmosphere in the country against which congress is fighting a war. He sought cooperation of people to defeat BJP’s false propaganda and uproot it from power.
Former Dy CM Tara Chand lashed out at the BJP for its anti- downtrodden people policies and attempt to weaken the Constitution which guarantees equality and equal opportunities of progress. He cautioned the people to safeguard the Constitution given to the nation under chairman ship of Dr B R Ambedkarji, which is being weakened by BJP Government.
Leaders of the respective wings of PCC minority wing, ST, OBC, Kissan Congress and T S Tony spoke and highlighted their issues and demands before the Congress leadership. Tony highlighted the demands of JAT community and border people, who he claimed feel neglected.
The function was organised by Minority chairman Rajinder Singh Nathu, Incharge ST Dept Hussain Ali Wafa, Vice Chairman Kissan Congress Daleep Kumar and OBC led by MadanLalChalotra.
AICC secretary Manoj Yadav, senior vice president Ravinder Sharma, former Minister Gurbachan Kumari Rana, Vice presidents Naresh Gupta AICC Coordinator Jammu, Pranab Shagotra, general secretary Narinder Gupta (Org), Suresh Dogra, Akash Bharat, Rajveer Singh, Vijay Shastri, Jatin Raina, BadriNath and others also attended.