Development of JK receives setbacks due to endless Governor’s rule: G A Mir
Says Congress a hope for people in Country, State
Anantnag, Jul 15 : The developmental scenario in Jammu and Kashmir State has received setbacks due to the endless Governor’s rule imposed in the State. Mere tall claims about the wellbeing and development of the Regions in JK won’t please the people. This was stated by Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President G.A. Mir while addressing series of Party meetings in Luk Bhawan and Cheki Wangund in Dooru Anantnag today.
Addressing the meetings, G.A. Mir said People of Jammu, Kashmir & Ladakh were the worst hit due to the unwanted Governor’s rule shoved upon them by the BJP Govt at Centre, as a result, the State has suffered immensely on every count.
Mir expressed serious concern over the lack of development in the State and said Governor Rule was not able to reach out to people to address their concerns, although tall claims with regard resolution of issues concerning people were being made, from time to time, but the reality is the development of State & people has suffered to a largest extent.
“The people in all the three regions of the State have realized that BJP Govt at Centre seems more comfortable with the Governor Rule rather the Elected Govt in JK,” G.A. Mir said.
He said JK is the victim of misrule by the Centre Govt which shoved the Governor’s rule on the people by not taking care of multiple issues concerning people as well the State.
He said Congress party is a hope for the people in the Country & JK, it will continue to fight for the development and wellbeing of the people. Mir urged upon the party cadres to remain steadfast to serve the people, as that the people have been facing ugliest situation due to the Governor’s rule.
Mir also emphasized the workers to get connected with the people at grass roots level and fight for their rights.
Those who addressed the meetings included Senior Leader Ali Mohd Mantoo, Secretary PCC Mohd Iqbal Mir, Chairman MC Dooru Mohd Iqbal Ahanger, Block President Syed Rafi Ahmad and others.