Jammu, June 01: Aam Aadmi Party J&K on Thursday said that the BJP government at the Centre has proved to be an “utter failure” on all fronts and they will never be forgiven for bringing “anti-people” policies.
In a joint statement issued here, senior party members of Jammu, Kuldeep Kumar Rao, Jagdish Raj Chopra, S. Ranjodh Singh and Sukhdev Kumar Sangral, said, “It is not proper for the BJP leaders to celebrate their nine years of misgovernance and that too under the theme ‘Nau Saal Bemisaal. The reality is that instead of bringing the Achhe Din promised by the BJP, it has brought only miseries to the common people of the nation.”
Questioning the BJP government, the AAP leaders said that the nation and its people want to know when the promised Achhe Din will come. “J&K has been the worst victim of the BJP’s misrule; during 9 years, the price of LGP has rocketed from Rs 450 to Rs 1200 and unemployment front the progress during these nine years is that unemployment has broken all previous records. Modi government failed to create 2 crore jobs per year in nine years despite making tall promises about the same,” he said.
They said that BJP cannot “befool” farmers, youths and women across the country with “Jumlas” now. “The promise of providing 2 crore jobs annually to the youths of the country in 2014 and 50,000 jobs to the youths of J&K after the abrogation of Article 370 still haunts the minds of young people here, which never saw the light of the day. Adding fuel to the fire, several thousands of youths engaged on a contractual basis, ad-hoc basis, daily wagers or need-based arrangements in all departments be it home guard, education, PDD, PHE, health, food & civil supplies, etc are crossing age limit or nearing the same without any hope of Achhe Din,” they said.
The AAP leaders have appealed to the youths, farmers and women to “read between the lines and judge for themselves as to who is anti-youth, anti-farmer, anti-labourer, anti-workers, anti-small traders, anti-employees, etc”.
“In fact, the ruling party is working on the policy to keep 95 percent of people poor and 5 percent wealthy to fund and rule, which is very dangerous for unity and integrity of the country,” the AAP leaders said.