JAMMU, MAR 26: Dubbing PDP-BJP coalition as opportunist arrangement of two parties having diametrically opposite ideologies, just to enjoy power, Youth Congress today said that this alliance during the last three years has proved as non performing liability. Residents of all regions and sub-regions of the State are bearing brunt of the misdeeds and wrong policies of this dispensation.
Youth Congress further said that BJP, which got over-whelming support of the people during 2014 Lok Sabha and Assembly elections, had shamelessly wasted mandate of the Jammu people just to further only their own personal agenda.
The Convention was organized by Ricky Dalotra, PYC Secretary and Vishu Sharma, AYC President Jammu West.
Shishpal Singh Keharwala, National Secretary IYC was chief guest in the convention while PYC president Pranav Shagotra presided over.
Addressing the workers, Shishpal Keharwala said that people are confronting to get basic amenities but ministers have maintained ‘deaf ears and blind eyes’ towards mounting problems of the commoners.
“In Jammu region people are facing hardship due to mis-governance”, Shishpal said that while pointing towards mounting of miseries of the people during the last three years in the different parts of this region.
He especially mentioned towards conditions of roads and non-availability of basic amenities for the residents of Jammu West, the seat which BJP had won by more than 50000 votes in 2014 Assembly polls.
Terming three years tenure of PDP-BJP government as dark period in the political history of J&K, PYC president Pranav Shagotra said that growing unrest among people is very dangerous trend and it would be proved disastrous for the peace in the State. He said that people had voted with a hope that this party would solve their problems but leaders of BJP ultimately proved to power hungry.
Prominent Youth Congress leaders who attended included PYC Vice president Rajveer Singh, PYC General Secretary Balbir Singh, Ex-Corporator Som Raj, LYC president Hoshiar Singh Chib and LYC Secretary Ranjeet Chopra.