AAP holds Padhyatras across Kashmir
Highlights plight of recruitment aspirants, ‘misgovernance’, ‘corruption’
Post by on Thursday, August 11, 2022
Srinagar, Aug 07: AamAadmi Party (AAP) Sunday carried out Padhyatras across Kashmir province covering all the assembly constituencies. According to a statement issued for the press, the motive of the Padhyatra was to highlight the alleged “misgovernance” in Jammu and Kashmir and “mass scale corruption” besides complete failure of Government on the recruitment front.
These Padhyatras have been organised in Gulmarg, Uri, Tangdhar, Anantnag west, Chanapore, Noorabad DH Poraalongwith other assembly constituencies across Kashmir province, the statement said.
AAP said that these Padhyatras have been organised with an aim to highlight “nepotism, favouritism and irregularities” being committed on recruitment front keeping aspirants and youth of Jammu and Kashmir in trouble.
AAP further mentioned about helplessness of aspirants of government jobs stating that recruitment processes for government jobs are falling flat with no concern from government quarters to ensure that notified government jobs are taken to conclusion.
AAP further mentioned about “misgovernance” in Jammu and Kashmir adding that public services delivery mechanism is on low and people are striving hard to get their basic issues resolved.
It was further stated that development projects are badly affected in Jammu and Kashmir with shortage of funds while tall claims of heavy investment in UT are on papers only.
AAP demands early restoration of statehood to J&K
Jammu, Aug 08: Seeking early restoration of statehood to J&K and installation of an elected government, former minister and AAP leader, Harsh Dev Singh Wednesday said that prolonged central rule in the erstwhile state was a negation of the constitutional guarantees enshrined in the constitution of India.
He said that several assurances by the central government of restoring statehood to J&K at the appropriate time had failed to inspire the people of J&K who had lost faith in all such “melodramatic rants” of the BJP leadership.
Speaking to media persons, Harsh Dev Singh said that while the people of the erstwhile state were mystified and befuddled by the abrupt abrogation of Article 370, they had expressed their strong opposition to the dismantling of 200 year old historical State of J&K and downgrading it to the level of UT.