JK BJP demands President’s rule in state
Manhas said that our state is fast heading towards being getting honoured with the title of most corrupt state in
The BJP Chief said that during the last four days, the SAC has issued notices related to two of the senior ministers, including Education Minister and finance Minister, over favouritism and corruption matters. Surfacing of new faces of ministers in such cases should leave no one any doubt that this coalition has any comitment to eradicate corruption. This coalition has rather been encouraging corruption and nepotism. He said that the state can only be saved from the clutches of this corrupt government if Governor rule is imposed and all the corrupt eministers are booked under law. He declared that the BJP will not sit as mute spectator and raise the issue more vigoursly, both on roads and in the assembly.
Earlier, the party activists had scuffle with the heavy contingent of policemen deployed to stop them from holding the protest.
Bali Bhagat, Satish Sharma, Sat Sharma (C.A.), Usha Choudhary, Yudhvir Sethi, Balbir Ram, Rajesh Gupta, Bansi Lal Bharti, Shiv Kumar Gupta, N.D. Rajwal, Munish Sharma, Sakina Bano, Karan Singh, Subash Bhagat, Aseem Gupta, Chaman Lal Kanathia, Vijay Choudhary, Sanjay Baru, Jaideep Sharma, Dinesh Gupta, Balwan Singh, Meera Samral, Sangeeta Gupta, Ramesh Sharma, Ayodhya Kumar, Praduman Singh, Pardeep Sharma, Sat Pal Choudhary, Sunil Dogra, Pushpa Wazir, Vikram Randhawa, Subash Jandial, Sheela Handoo, Priya Sethi, Jeet Angral, Kuldeep Kandhari, Dalip Gupta, Lalit Sharma, Ram Parkash, Surinder Choudhary, Tarun Sharma, Sham Lal, Sat Pal Karlupia, Raju Khajuria, Ajay Vaid, Rajeshwar Singh, Ravikaran Sharma, Parshotam Dogra, and others took part in the protest demonstration.
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