Mufti flays State Govt for taking confrontation with employees
“During our tenure we had proved how to treat all regions and sub-regions equally and party would further facilitate the process of bridging the gap to ensure justice and equality to all regions and sub-regions”, Mufti said while addressing an impressive public meeting at historic Jhiri town of Marh assembly segment. “Before formation of PDP led government in 2002, there were complaints of discrimination with some regions of the State”, he reminded and added that PDP led regime had not only removed the discrimination but also ensured empowerment of different regions and sub-regions. He especially mentioned that Leh and Kargil autonomous hill development councils were given adequate powers during the regime of PDP.
He said that PDP government had set an example of equitable and balanced development in
PDP patron said that his party would remove the walls of hatred among different regions of the State and would also remove the trust deficit between people of
Observing that PDP is the real voice of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, he said that regional parties were emerging all over the country and pointed towards emergence of strong regional political powers in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Orrisa and Punjab where regional parties are dominating political scenes. He said that PDP had played historic role in restoring peoples’ faith in the democratic institutions of the country. He especially mentioned that 2002 assembly elections were turning pointing in the history of the State when people of
Lambasting the present regime for taking confrontation with the government employees, Mufti regretted that instead of addressing genuine demands of the employees, the government has been adopting oppressive measures to stifle their voice. “During our regime, we never took confrontation with the employees. We rather properly utilized their services to provide good governance of the people”, he said, adding, “Whatever achievements PDP had made during its short tenure, employees and officers had their role in it”. Quoting the famous proverb ‘The bad man always quarrels with his tools’, he said that present regime taking confronting with the employees to hide its own misdeeds. He asked the government to avoid confrontation and address all the genuine demands of the employees.
Pointing towards worst ever power crises in the State in general and Jammu region in particular, the PDP patron called upon his workers to come on streets to force the government to provide power to the people especially during the present summer season.
Coming down heavily on state government for conducting on spot recruitment in some selective areas, Mufti demanded the on spot recruitment must be done in border areas of Marh, Bishnah, Kathua, Hiranagar, Samba, R S Pura, Suchetgarh, Poonch, Rajouri, Kargil etc. “There should not be pick and choose policy in conducting on spot recruitment”, he warned and equal opportunities of recruitment must be provided to the youth all regions and sub-regions of the State.
Responding to the demands of the locals, Mufti supported the demand of degree college at Jhiri. He also demanded that a comprehensive scheme should be implemented to solve the problem of scarcity of drinking water in this belt.
Thakur Balbir Singh, Ved Mahajan, Suram Singh, Jagjit Singh Jagga, Mohinder Kour, Capt Anil Gour, Suresh Sharma, Vikram Singh, Rashid Malik, Rajinder Manhas, K K Sharma, Gopal Sharma, Parbhakar Singh Sarpanch, Dalbir Singh Sarpanch, Suman Sharma, Bodh Raj Anand, Dilay Ram, Ashok Sharma, Bushan Sharma, Dig Vijay Singh, Vimal Sharma, Narinder Singh Raina, H S Sodhi, Majid Shah, Mohd Shafi and others.
Some prominent persons from Jhiri area also joined PDP. Prominent among those who joined PDP included Parma Nand, Ajit Singh, Anil Kumar, Jaipal Sharma, Pardeep Padha and others.
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