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PSC, SSB biased towards Jammu youths: NPP
Several join NPP
JAMMU, Sep 5: Reposing their faith in the Panthers Party and its leadership, Women activists and youth of Ward No 4 of Jammu city today joined JKNPP at Party Head Quarters here today .

The new entrants led by Krishma Rajput pledged to whole heartedly support Panthers Party amidst slogans and vowed to carry forward its avowed agenda of restoration of dignity and honour of Dogra land and for ensuring equitable treatment to Jammu region on the politico-economic front.

Welcoming the newly inducted youth in the Party fold, Harsh Dev Singh said that youth of Jammu was the biggest casualty of the hostile discrimination meted out to Jammu region by the erstwhile BJP-PDP rule. He said that not only had the PSC and SSB subjected our youth to unprecedented bias but the incumbent rulers had most shamelessly announced Job polices for anti-nationals and stone-pelters. While the separatists and anti-nationals were pampered by announcing ‘Rehabilitation Policies’ and a slew of other measures, the educated youth of Jammu were made to languish on roads with none bothering to take note of their pathetic plight. Likewise, he said that BJP-PDP had caused the greatest embitterment amongst the educated youth by issuing SRO-202. Seeking its withdrawal at the earliest, Mr. Singh said that NPP would stand toe to toe and shoulder to shoulder with the educated unemployed youth whose exploitation had crossed all limits during saffron rule.

Lambasting the BJP for having betrayed the people of Jammu region, Manju Singh said that growing unrest in Jammu region was the result of self centred politics of BJP Ministers and MLAs who had preferred power over the issues of their electorates. She said the people of Jammu had united to give a befitting reply to the BJP for its cowardly surrender before the separatist agenda for loaves of power.

Those who joined party included Panthers Party on the occasion included Krishma Rajput, Kanta Mahajan, Anita Devi, Shashi Sharma, Shobha Devi, Santosh Kumari, Kamlesh, Varsha Jamwal, Maddy Sharma, Shivam Gupta, Honey Singh, Ravi Dogra, Vishal Jamwal, Adesh Jamwal, Arun Jamwal, Shail, Dheeraj, Ravinder Singh, Dharam Singh, Arun Singh, Rajinder Singh, Arjun Singh and Ashok Kumar.

News Updated at : Wednesday, September 5, 2018
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