BJP destroyed democratic institutions to remain in power: Mir

Published at February 13, 2019 12:59 AM 0Comment(s)978views


Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar, Feb 12:

Addressing a largely attended public gathering in Uri, Baramulla, the J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President G.A. Mir has said that time has come to throw the saffron party out of power, saying that people have immensely suffered due to the wrong policies adopted by the Central Government.
Mir, according to the spokesperson of JKPCC, also said that BJP was hell bent upon eroding the democratic institutions in the country to remain in power, the best example of which is J&K State, where the State Assembly was first put in a suspended animation for a long, then it was dissolved unceremoniously aiming to derail the process of Government formation in the State.
The spokesperson said that addressing the gathering JKPCC President G.A. Mir reiterated his appeal to people both in the State & Country to launch a rigorous campaign to safeguard the institutions of public importance, as that, the conspiracies, at large scale, were being hatched to undermine the authority of democratic institutions to remain in power on the part of BJP-RSS, he cautioned the people in all the three regions about the designs of communal an fascist forces hell bent upon to divide the people on religious and regional lines.
Mir further said the Saffron Party (BJP), which has been banking on religious politics was not feeling comfortable in a democratic set up because it believes in dictatorial attitude while putting in strenuous efforts to take control of Democratic institutions, so that, they could do everything to grab power, which has to be countered and defeated in the larger interest of the people.
Addressing the gathering former Minister and senior Congress leader Taj Mohi- u- Din hits out at previous PDP BJP ruling dispensation for failing people on all counts. They promised enough to people before the elections, but could not even fulfill a single promise, as a result, people were feeling alienated, he said.

 

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