BJP- PDP in an unholy clandestine alliance : Rana
Jammu, March 12 (Scoop News) – BJP and PDP have entered into an unholy clandestine alliance which is creating an atmosphere which has chances of vitiating peace, harmony and secularism of the state, said Devender Singh Rana Political Advisor to the Chief Minister J&K while addressing a public meeting in Panchayat Bhagani of Nagrota, here today.
He said National Conference will not allow the fringe elements either in
Addressing the gathering Rana said that the state had always suffered because of the divisive politicking of negative elements who occasionally surface but the people of all regions and religions were now unanimous over the need to protect a harmonious atmosphere.
Rana said that Kashmir as well as
Rana said National Conference and its workers will fight such forces and defeat them in their nefarious designs because Jammu & Kashmir is an epitome of secularism, brotherhood and communal harmony and nobody will be allowed to disturb the peaceful harmonious secular fabric of the state.
Rana made an appeal to the people at large to participate in large numbers in the forthcoming Panchayat and Civic body elections and leave no room for machinations of the exploitative elements.
Addressing the gathering Aijaz Jan MLA Poonch called upon the people to come forward and participate actively in the forthcoming panchayat elections. He said the elected representatives of the panchayats, blocks and districts will take decisions regarding governance at the grass root level which he said will ensure transparency, accountability and genuine participation in the system. He also urged the women folk to not only come in huge number to cast their votes in these panchayat elections, but also contest in these elections as candidates.
Among others who were present on the occasion included Sham Lal, Anwar Khan, Master, Dhrub Singh, Sain Khan, Bittu, Sham Singh, Ravinder Singh, Kuldeep Dubey, Kuldeep Singh Jamwal, Milkhi Ram, Sub. Vishavnath and others.
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