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Mir asks Centre, UT Govt to come clean on restoration of people’s rights

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Says, ‘mere statements, tall claims haven’t changed anything for the people’

Shangus (Anantnag): Former Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President, Ghulam Ahmad Mir, on Sunday said that the Union Territory and Centre should come clean on the restoration of people’s rights, holding of assembly elections, and the fulfillment of promises made on the floor of the house. 

“Mere statements and tall claims have not changed anything for the people, who were feeling discriminated against and betrayed under BJP Rule,” Mir said.

He, according to the JKPCC spokesperson, made these comments while addressing Party workers at Nowgam area of Shangus in Anantnag District, urging the gathering to support Congress Party in its fight against the divisive politics of BJP RSS and its associates who have been put on the job to divide people to benefit it (BJP) and divert the attention of the people from the real issues.

Mir termed the Bharat Jodo Yatra a great initiative taken by the Congress party under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi, the Yatra was for unity, and amity and against the hate politics of BJP RSS, who were playing emotional and religious cards, from time to time to create a wedge between the communities aiming to seek votes to remain in power. “The Yatra is bound to secure and strengthen the idea of India,” Mir added.

Referring to the current situation in J&K, Mir said, “people were feeling cheated and wanted change, but the BJP which has failed on all counts were busy building a fake narrative to overcome the reality in order to hide behind its failures, but the people will no longer tolerate such dirty and misleading people, which the BJP thinks it will help, the time has changed, these eight years of misrule and mismanagement of things have exposed BJP’s falsehood and deceitful politics.”

Former JKPCC President reiterated that restoration of the democratic process was critical to the overall development and prosperity in J&K, besides infusing confidence amongst the people, who were feeling isolated and cheated by the BJP Govt.

Mir appealed to people of all shades, and political and social organizations to join Rahul Gandhi’s upcoming Bharat Jodo Yatra with thumping participation as the Yatra was for unity and stability against the divisive and hateful politics of BJP.

Among others who addressed the gathering included Senior Leader Surinder Singh Channi, Mohd Iqbal Mir, DCC President Kulgam Farooq Ahmad Bhat, Khalid Muzaffar Dar, Gh.Hassan Bhat, Gh.Mohd Dar, Prof.Mohd Yousuf, Dr.Tanveer Dar, Ch.Talib Bajran, Zaffarullah Sheikh, Mohd Saleem Ganai, and other leaders.

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