UPA compromised nation’s interests on FDI: Mohan
The meeting was convened under the chairmanship of State President Shamsher Singh Manhas.
State Membership Incharge Mohan Singh Chouhan, who also conducted the proceedings of this day long meeting, gave a detailed report of the progress made so far in every district.
Expressing satisfaction over this hectic exercise, Radha Mohan Singh congratulated the State unit for successfully enrolling the record number of members this time and said that it is indeed a great achievement that the party has been able to get the number of members in
Speaking on the current situation arising out of the Congress-led UPA’s decision on Foreign Direct Investment ( FDI), Radha Mohan Singh said that foreign retail companies had been eying on
Radha Mohan Singh said that the Congress-led UPA has worked to dilute country’s social and cultural identity by granting permission for 100 percent foreign investment in “ Single Brand Retail”, 51 percent in “Multi-Brand Retail” and 74 percent in “Cable & Direct to Home TV”. The employment migration and cultural defacing can lead to social and cultural unrest in the country, he added.
Radha Mohan Singh said that BJP warns the union government not to disturb
Radha Mohan Singh also appealed the people of the country, J&K in particular, to get united against this anti-people policy and make the scheduled September 20 bandh successful so that a clear message goes to the UPA that enough is enough and people will oppose its every such policy tooth and nail.
The meeting was attended by Chander Prakash Ganga, Bali Bhagat, Satish Sharma, Sat Sharma (C.A.), Usha Choudhary, Kavinder Gupta, Sunil Sharma, Shilpi Verma, Rajesh Gupta, Raj Kumar, Jasbir Singh Lucky, Keshav Dutt, Suraj Padha, Shiv Kumar Gupta, Kabla Singh, Sakina Bano, Munish Sharma, Varinderjit Singh, Subhash Bhagat, H.S.Pummy, Chain Singh, Inderjit Sharma, Premnath Dogra, Master Dharam Pal and Sukhdev Singh.
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