Committed to fight for justice, safety security of people: G A Mir

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Anantnag: The Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) today described the decision to revoke three farming laws as outcome of the sacrifices & struggle of the farmers.

The party also hailed Rahul Gandhi’s “incomparable strong opposition” against the unwanted three farming laws, describing the decision of the centre as historic victory for Famers and Congress, who both remained committed to fight against these laws.

JKPCC President Ghulam Ahmad Mir made these comments while addressing a largely attended party workers convention in Verinag area of Anantnag district in South Kashmir.

Referring to the current situation in J-K, Mir said the situation has turned from bad to worse on security, economic, employment and on various other fronts, as a result, people have lost faith in the policies of Centre Government, especially after August 5 2019, when the Centre unilaterally downgraded the full-fledged J-K State in two UTs, while ruling it (J-K) directly, besides abandoning the democratic rights to people, which has sent wrong and confusing signals across J-K, the Centre has to revoke its August 5, 2019 decisions like that of three farming laws.

Mir also expressed anguish over the bloodshed, terming it as utter failure of the Centre, which has even failed to ensure safety of innocent civilians.

Speaking on the occasion JKPCC vice President and Former Minister Raman Bhalla said that Jan Jagran programme is one of the party’s great endeavour to reach out to people to highlight their problems, which they have been facing since the Modi Government assumed power at Centre. “What kind of Governance BJP is talking about, in which common people have no right to say anything or protest against the unwanted decisions and policies of the Government thrusted upon them unliterally,” he questioned?

Bhalla expressed serious concern over the highest rate of unemployment, inflation and economic crisis in J-K and said every sector in J-K is worst hit due to the policies adopted by the govt.

On this occasion Raman Bhalla congratulated the farmers for their struggle and sacrifices and said the Centre’s move to repeal the laws reflects the historic victory of Farmers and Congress party, which will continue to remain committed to fight for the rights of people.

Bhalla termed the Congress as the only unifying force in the country, committed to empower and serve people, he said.

Addressing the gathering Haji Abdul Rashid Dar, Gulzar Ahmad Wani and Surinder Singh Channi urged the party workers to remain connected with the people on ground and do their utmost to resolve their problems, as there was disconnect between the administration and people in absence of the popular Govt, which was being denied by the Centre Govt to J-K on one pretext or the other, terming the Centre’s move as undemocratic, unethical and anti-people while demanding holding of elections after restoring full statehood to J-K.

DCC Presidents Farooq Ahmad Bhat, Umer Jaan, Dr Ayoub Mattoo, PCC Secretaries Mohd Iqbal Mir,Shaheena Nadaf, Congress Leaders Naseer Ahmad Mir, Zaffar Salati, Ali Mohd Mantoo, block Presidents, BDC,DDC Members, Frontals Organization workers and prominent workers also addressed the convention. (KNS)

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